Using the information above, what is the correct sequence to describe the life cycle of a retrovirus.

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Let me help you! Using the visual you provided, the correct sequence is: Sequence one: The double-stranded DNA virus then enters the nucleus and integrates itself into the host's DNA. Sequence two: after the retrovirus entered, the  enzyme reverse transcriptase uses the RNA as atemplate to make a double-stranded viral DNA module. Sequence three: The cell then makes new viral RNA and proteins, which can leave the host cell and infect other cells. *Notice that in the first sequence, the word virus was added.

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