TORONTO, April 30, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — In his announcement Chairman of CVMR Corporation, Kamran M. Khozan stated, “As the world deals with the current COVID 19 pandemic, we should be mindful of the fact that viruses do have a positive side to them. They have taught us how to engineer self-assembled nanostructures by imitating their structures in building nanodevices that generate energy, store electricity, construct extremely small and complex electronic devices and a myriad of other technical tools. So far, over 5,000 viruses have been discovered and each one has inspired a new invention.”
What a virus needs in order to replicate is the DNA of the host cell. In its reproduction process, a virus’ RNA copies its genetic information into the host cell’s DNA, inducing it to replicate the viral genome. This process allows a virus to multiply rapidly. The newly created viruses are then released from the host cell, causing the cell to break apart and die.
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