Viral Diseases Scholarly Journal

 Noncellular genetic elements that use a living cell for their replication is known as Virus. Viruses vary considerably in size and shape. Smallpox viruses are known as the largest viruses and polio viruses are the smallest. Certain viruses contain RNA while other viruses have DNA. The genome of the virus is bounded by a protein coat known as a capsid which is designed from a number of specific protein molecules called capsomeres. Based on morphology the viruses are classified as Icosahedral, Helical, Complex and Enveloped. Based on genome replication the viruses are classified into various classes like Class I, II, III, IV, V, VI, and VII viruses. The viral diseases are AIDS, Hepatitis, Dengue fever, Chicken pox, Rabies, Poliomyelitis, Measles and so on.  

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