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Enveloped virus



Any of the viruses with a lipoprotein envelope surrounding the nucleoprotein core of the virus


Viruses may be classified according to the presence of envelope. Enveloped viruses are viruses having envelope apart from the nucleocapsid. Viruses lacking envelope are referred to as naked viruses.


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