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Q: #5 The viral replication is _____ during a latent infection caused by a virus. [stopped definitvely, repeated, or postponed indefinitely]
A: Viral replication is postponed indefinitely during a latent infection caused by a virus.
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User: #5 The viral replication is _____ during a latent infection caused by a virus. [stopped definitvely, repeated, or postponed indefinitely]

Weegy: The viral replication is repeated during a latent infection caused by a virus.
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Viral replication is postponed indefinitely during a latent infection caused by a virus.
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