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Enveloped Viruses

Enveloped viruses are viruses that possess an envelope or outer coating that is composed of a lipid layer (fat-like substance that is water insoluble). The envelope is needed to aid in attachment of the virus to the host cell. Loss of the envelope results in loss of infectivity.

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Topics: Protocols and Procedures (Farm Animal), Protocols and Procedures (Companion Animal)