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Does a Virus Have a Nucleus?

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Viruses do not have a nucleus. They area made up genetic material that is surrounded by capsid proteins. Viruses are a form of life that parasitizes cells as they consist only of nucleic acid inside a protective particle that assembles inside an infected cell. A virus has a diameter of less than 200 nanometers (nm).
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