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Eclipse period

Eclipse period

The time between infection by (or induction of) a bacteriophage, or other virus, and the appearance of mature virus within the cell; an interval of time during which viral infectivity cannot be recovered.

Synonym: eclipse phase.


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by victor
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by lara
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by canalon
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