What organism consist of nothing more than a protein coat surrounding either DNA

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What organism consists of nothing more than a protein coat surrounding either DNA or RNA?

Jul 7th, 2015

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viruses possess either DNA or RNA—never both. The simplest of human viruses consists of nothing more than nucleic acid surrounded by a protein coat, known as a capsid, The capsid plus the enclosed nucleic acid are referred to as the nucleocapsid.

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