Persistent Infection: the virus is not completely killed by the immune system and remains in some cells
A persistent infection is one in which
A) host cells are gradually lysed
B) host cells are transformed
C) the virus remains in equilibrium with the host without causing a disease.
D) the disease process occurs gradually over a long period.
E) viral replication is unusually slow
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