Viral Genetics

The study of various genetic mechanisms by which viruses take over the cell machinery of the host cell. It includes genome structure, replication and mutations. Viruses constantly keep undergoing subtle genetic changes mainly through recombination and mutations. Re-combinations primarily result in creation of a novel virus, which is due to the exchange of genetic exchange between two co-infecting different viruses. These mutations are caused by the physical mutagens viz., UV light, X-rays, gamma rays or by the resonance of the nucleic acids, or most importantly by some error in the enzymes that work on the nucleic acids. While recombination is the creation of any novel virus due to exchange of the genetic information between 2 viruses of same type. 

  • Mutations
  • Recombination
  • Vaccines
  • Gene Therapy
  • Viral Proteins and Nucleic Acids
  • Genomic Diversity

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