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If a viral host cell has a mutation that interferes with the addition of carbohydrates to proteins in the Golgi apparatus, which of the following processes could likely result? a) The viral capsid pro

If a viral host cell has a mutation that interferes with the addition of carbohydrates to proteins in the Golgi apparatus, which of the following processes could likely result?
a) The viral capsid proteins would not have glycoproteins added to them and might not arrive at the host plasma membrane.
b) The viral core proteins would not have glycoproteins added to them and might not arrive at the host plasma membrane.
c) The viral envelope proteins would not have glycoproteins added to them and might not arrive at the host plasma membrane.
d) The virus would be unable to reproduce within the host cell.

If a viral host cell has a mutation that interferes with the addition of carbohydrates to proteins in the Golgi apparatus, which of the following processes could likely result? a) The viral capsid proteins would not have glycoproteins added to them and might not arrive at the host plasma membrane. b) The viral core proteins would not have glycoproteins added to them and might not arrive at the host plasma membrane. c) The viral envelope proteins would not have glycoproteins added to them and might not arrive at the host plasma membrane. d) The virus would be unable to reproduce within the host cell.

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