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A virus is an infectious microbe consisting of a segment of nucleic acid (either DNA or RNA) surrounded by a protein coat. A virus cannot replicate alone; instead, it must infect cells and use components of the host cell to make copies of itself. Often, a virus ends up killing the host cell in the process, causing damage to the host organism. Well-known examples of viruses causing human disease include AIDS, COVID-19, measles and smallpox.


Efficacy Claims:

Covid-19 SARS CoV-2
Adenovirus type 5
Adenoid 75
Herpes simplex virus type 1
Herpes simplex virus type 2
Human Immunodeficiency virus 1
Influenza A virus
Murine Norovirus
Respiratory syncytial (RSV) virus Rhinovirus type 37
Vaccinia virus
Canine Parvovirus
Hepatitis B Virus
Hepatitis C Virus

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