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Bacterial virus

Introduction: Bacterial virus

Description of Bacterial virus

Bacterial virus: capable of producing transmissible lysis of bacteria; virus particle attaches to bacterial cell wall and viral nucleoprotein enters the cell, resulting in viral synthesis and liberation on bacterial cell lysis.
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