1 year ago in Coronavirus

Which of the following is an unusual feature of the replication cycle in coronaviruses?

[A] The RNAs all terminate in a common 3´ and produce nested set transcripts
[B] They take advantage of recombination with the long RNA genome
[C] They are not highly mutable
[D] They use capped cellular mRNA's
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Fulmani Tirkey from Bhubaneswar, India is saying They take advantage of recombination with the long RNA genome is correct answer

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