Neuraminidase

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Neuraminidase works by removing neuramic acid residue from the surface of the host cell to ease the release stage of the life cycle. This happens when new virions needs to be release out of the cell to infect new cells.
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Neuraminidase works by removing [[Neuramic acid|neuramic acid]] residue from the surface of the host cell to ease the release stage of the life cycle. This happens when new [[Virion|virions]] needs to be release out of the cell to infect new cells.

Latest revision as of 01:04, 19 October 2015

Neuraminidase works by removing neuramic acid residue from the surface of the host cell to ease the release stage of the life cycle. This happens when new virions needs to be release out of the cell to infect new cells.

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