Virulent phages

Virulent phages

Virulent bacteriophages start their life cycle when they adsorb to a permissive host. They inject their genetic material into the host and start to produce viral proteins and copies of the viral genome using bacterial resources and biosynthetic apparatus.

 

Progeny viral particles are formed and after completing the cycle they are released after host cell lysis. The animation showing the life cycle of a virulent bacteriophage is shown below:

 

 

You can download this animation here and use it for non-commercial purposes.
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