Structure of Viruses. A virus has an outer capsid composed of protein subunits, and an inner core of nucleic acid. An outer membranous envelope may be acquired when the virus buds from the cell. It may also include enzymes for nucleic acid replication. Viruses are classified by type of nucleic acid, viral shape and size, and by presence of an outer envelope..
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