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How do viroids propagate to other hosts?
As viroids are simply non-encapsidated non-coding RNA molecules, it is difficult to imagine a mechanism for their continual infection, other than horizontal transfer which doesn't seem to be the case. ...
Jun 12 '13 at 19:34
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