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reassortant virus


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A virion consisting of DNA from one virus and protein from another viral species; e.g., through genetic engineering, a hybrid virus has been made containing genes from the human influenza virus and capsid proteins that provoke immunity, but also containing avian influenza virus genes that slow the rate of viral replication. See phenotypic mixing, pseudovirion.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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