It has been shown that, in addition to the mechanisms of the immune system, other systems as well are involved in the suppression of viral infections in macroorganisms. These systems include cell structures, such as RNA granules, i.e. stress granules (SG) and processing bodies (PB), which fight infections by protecting cellular mRNA. Their action consists in creating conditions favourable for the genetic material of the cell by placing it inside the RNA granule and stopping the biosynthesis of proteins.
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