Answer: yes but no because they are competing againt whatever they are trying to get and not only that they need to stick together to help each other get rid of whatever...almost like a stomach virus or a cold or flu virus
Answer: Several diseases of the liver, collectively known as hepatitis, are caused by viruses. The viruses involved, five of which have been reasonably well characterized, come from a wide range of virus families. Hepatitis A virus is a picornavirus, a small single strand RNA virus; hepatitis B virus belongs to the hepadnavirus family of double stranded DNA viruses; hepatitis C virus is a flavivirus, a single stand RNA virus; hepatitis E, also an RNA virus, is similar to a calicivirus. Hepatitis D which is also known as Delta agent is a circular RNA that is more similar to a plant a viroid than a complete virus.
Answer: There are many different causes of cancer and having a certain gene will not definitely mean that you develop the disease. Only around 5-10 per cent of cancers are thought to be caused by faulty inherited genes.read more about cancer at http://cancerlinks.blogspot.com/
Answer: Most moldy bread will harm people that eat it. Some mold will not make you sick. Some mold will make you sick. Some mold will make you extremely sick. Unless you know the particular type of mold will not make you sick or kill you, you should not eat it.
Answer: Cro-Magnon were early modern humans, and looked the same as we do. Neanderthals had a larger mass, bigger muscles, an expanded ribcage with bigger lungs, a weak chin and a prominent brow ridge.
Answer: I once attended a meeting where a psychologist said that they thought females were more often depressed. The reasoning was along the lines that the stuff life throws at you (losing your job, your sweetheart leaves you for another) is roughly the same for everyone, but females must deal with a number of hormonal changes in addition (monthly period, pregnancy and the menopause later in life).
On the other hand, I have also seen research saying that for middle aged and older people, females seem to be happier, especially after a breakup or death of the spouse. The reason here was that females had more friends and were better at keeping on living, while the males tended to have nobody else and were more isolated.
Answer: If the virus protector virus is imitating spyware but has not disabled your actual program, open your spyware and run a virus scan. This should find the virus or viruses on your computer and give you the option of removing the problem. If your actual spyware has been compromised, cannot find the virus, or you have no spyware, try checking manually for the problem in your downloads file. You can find your downloads file by opening the Start menu, clicking on "Documents", then finding "Downloads" on the left side of the window that will open. If you see any files that you did not mean to download, or that look obviously threatening, delete them. You may also need to look at your installed programs, which you can do by searching "programs" or "installed programs" in your Start menu. Again, if you find any programs you do not want or that look threatening, uninstall them.
If none of the above has removed the virus you can try a system restore. You can access system restore by searching "system restore" from your Start menu or by going from the Start menu and clicking "Control Panel" then "System and Security" then "Action Center" then "Recovery". When system restore opens you are able to choose what point you wish to restore your computer to. Your documents, photos, and videos will be saved, but downloads after the point you choose will be wiped out (including the virus). You need only choose a restoration point a few days before you first noticed the virus. System restore will restart your computer and make take several minutes.
Answer: In general, viruses are "bad", but they can be put to good practical use.
The way a virus works is to invade a cell and introduce a piece of DNA or RNA. The virus then coerces the cell into creating the proteins encoded by that DNA or RNA.
While this is often a bad thing, a virus can be modified to introduce helpful DNA or RNA. For example, many diseases are caused by either the inability to produce a protein or the inability to produce a properly working version of the protein. In Gene Therapy, a virus can be modified to introduce DNA or RNA that can be used to create the needed protein (or proteins) and correct the problem.
Answer: It basically inhibits DNA from doing necessary things for optimal cell health, but it can be many factors. It hatches onto the nucleus and resides within the cell, dividing along with it. Then it basically overruns the cells and kills them.
Answer: There is no data showing the average lifespan of someone who haschondrosarcoma cancer because it all depends on what age the personwas diagnosed. The 5 year life expectancy is about 60 percent onceyou have been diagnosed.
Answer: I believe so, I learned in Biology class, that all humans are born with seven cancer cells. I think that when radiation causes a trigger, it makes the cells malfunction and mutate into a disease humans have not found a cure for. The cells start to grow endlessly until the host of this monstrosity is dead.