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Which component of a virus is lacking in a cell?

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Both viruses and cells have small structures that can only be seen through the eye of a microscope. Viruses are infectious agents that work as parasites and cause illnesses to their host. On the other hand, a cell is the small unit of organization of all living things. Whereas viruses have a protein shell called the capsid, cells do not.

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