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fusion vs endocytosis
fusion: Happens in enveloped virus. Binds with receptors and the envelope of virus fuses with the membrane of the cell. the virus is then taken in. Envelope stays with membrane and nucleic acid separate from capside in the cytoplasm
endocytosis: Happens in non enveloped viruses. After it binds with receptors, the membrane of the cell surround the virus and take it in.
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