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Zoya Kai, Ph.D. Bio 316: Review #U2W7 CSUSM 1) The three categories of infectious agents causing cancer are: 1) Infect the immune system 2) Chronic inflammation 3) Stimulating infected cells to proliferate 2) A virus is bigger or smaller than a bacteria? Smaller 3) True or false: a virus can only replicate inside a host cell. 4) True or false: a virus can remain inactive for decades before mounting an infection. 5) A latent virus has entered the host, but does not replicate. 6) True or false: viral DNA can be inserted into your own DNA. 7) True or false : viral DNA is always destroyed by the cell. 8) A retrovirus is a virus that has RNA as its genome. 9) True or false: some viruses have no DNA at all.
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