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Fully animated ‘Virus - Release ’ where thousands of newly formed virus progeny leave the host cell in search of a new host cell, it covers the release of virus by lysis, budding and cell-cell fusion.

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Category : Virus Replication
Type : Animation with sound
Animation Type : Advanced

Total animation length
: 36 minutes


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The animation covers :

  • Process
  • Lysis
  • Budding
    • At the plasma membrane
      • HIV assembly
      • Influenza assembly
    • At membrane of the cell organelles like endoplasmic reticulum (ER) or golgi apparatus
    • Synthesis and glycosylation of envelope proteins
  • Cell-cell fusion

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    Virus attachment Virus Penetration Virus uncoating Virus synthesis
    Virus Assembly Virus Release Virus Replication
    Watch various movie clips related to Virus Replication. These are 1) Virus Attachment 2) Virus Penetration 3) Virus Uncoating 4) Virus synthesis 5) Virus Assembly Maturation 6) Virus Release 7) Virus Complete Reproductive cycle (replication). Click on the above thumbnails to go to the movie.
    release of virions
    In release, thousands of newly formed virus progeny leave the host cell in search of a new host cell
    Virus budding Virus cell lysis
    All the non-enveloped viruses escape from the cell through cell lysis
    virus budding
    virus cell fusion
    Release through budding and cell-cell fusion
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    The animation starts by brief explanation of the virus replication cycle. It is covered under three main headings 1) Initiation of infection 2) Replication and the expression of the virus genome 3) Release of the mature virions from the infected cells.

    There are eight stages of virus replication these are 1) Attachment 2) Penetration 3) Uncoating 4) Gene expression 5) Genome Replication 6) Assembly 7) Maturation 8) Release

    Release is the last stage of virus replication cycle. In this stage, thousands of newly formed virus progeny leave the host cell in search of a new host cell, thus establishing an infection in the body.

    For non-enveloped viruses, the maturation process is followed by release mechanism while in enveloped viruses; the release mechanism involves assembly and maturation of the viruses.

    The non-enveloped viruses attain full infectivity or mature fully inside the cell and are mostly released by rupturing the cell. This process is called as cell lysis while the enveloped viruses assemble and are simultaneously released by the process of budding. Some enveloped viruses like HIV can infect the neighboring cells and spread infection through the process of cell-cell fusion.


    Release includes:

    • Process
    • Lysis
    • Budding
      • At the plasma membrane
        • HIV assembly
        • Influenza assembly
      • At membrane of the cell organelles like endoplasmic reticulum (ER) or golgi apparatus
      • Synthesis and glycosylation of envelope proteins
    • Cell-cell fusion

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