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Viruses attacking a cell's DNA, conceptual computer artwork. Some viruses replicate themselves by inserting their own DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) into that of a host cell. This can cause illness and disease. Viruses are particles consisting of a small amount of DNA or RNA surrounded by a protein shell. They lack the ability to reproduce independently of a host cell.
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