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Term:modulation of host virulence by virus
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Definition:Any process by which a virus modulates the ability of its host to infect and/or damage an organism for which it is a host. Typically this involves a phage modulating the virulence of a bacterium. Mechanisms include the expression of factors that modulate a bacterial adhesion to a host cell, spread through host tissues, production exotoxins or provide protection against host immune defenses.
Synonyms:xref: VZ:3965


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  biological_process 19858
    regulation of biological process 12959
      modulation of host virulence by virus 0
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  biological_process 19858
    interspecies interaction between organisms 1887
      symbiotic process 395
        interaction with host 155
          modulation by symbiont of host process 27
            modulation by virus of host process 20
              modulation of host virulence by virus 0
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