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What are viruses?

A virus is a cold that’s a flu. Furthermore, microbe’s causes the way you get colds. They are responsible for different diseases. However they are not exactly alive by most definitions.

How do they spread?

Additionally a virus spread’s by injecting the DNA into the bacteria cell. DNA is a long molecule. In addition they are a bit like a instruction manual because it tells instructions on how to copy a microbes.

What are some examples of a virus?

On the other hand some examples of viruses is that microbe’s place the needs to identify the right host, to place the receptors on the surface that match up the target. In addition the host is called a cellular machine but also there are vaccines.

What are vaccines?

 Vaccines help your body remember how to fight a micro however no cure goes with virus the body’s immune system has to fight it off.

Vaccines are to help your body remember how to fight a virus. On the other hand they also teach the immune system how to fight a virus. They inject a weakened or dead form of the virus to help. your white blood cell can easily defeat the weakened micro, making new memory cells in the process.

 Most Deadliest viruses

Some common viruses like the flu and colds happen everywhere. Some of the most famous micro’s Marburg virus. Furthermore the Marburg and Ebola virus are family and are characterized by haemorrhagic fever. The other virus is the Ebola virus in 2014-2016 virus outbreak that occurred in west Africa – the largest outbreak since the discovery of the virus in 1976. Rabies, the micros usually infect domestic and wild animals and is spread to humans however it goes through our saliva when an infected animals bite them.

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