Host-Derived Cellular Factors
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A broad category of endogenous cellular factors that are used by VIRUSES for essential functions such as VIRUS REPLICATION. Many host-derived factors play normal cellular roles in non-infected cells.
|Host-Derived Cellular Factors
- Host-Derived Cellular Factors
- Cellular Factors, Host-Derived
- Factors, Host-Derived Cellular
- Host Derived Cellular Factors
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