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How did viruses learn to utilize the workings of a cell?
This is my first post here, so excuse me for its simplicity. Viruses can infiltrate a cell, overtake it and multiply. It has projecting fibers whose ends are shaped as kind of a "key" to a mobile ...
Sep 13 '13 at 22:13
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