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A virus is a microscopic particle that can infect a host cell. Viruses are incapable of replicating without infecting a cell. At their most basic, they are genetic material contained within a protective protein.

Notable virusesEdit

  • "The Abyss" - A virus found deep underwater that allowed for deep sea animals to adapt and survive.
  • "Ancient virus" - A virus long since fused with queen ants. All queens that descend from an infected queen share her traits.
  • Progenitor - A virus existing naturally within the "Stairway of the Sun" flowers in west Africa. Those who are not killed from the infection become incredibly strong.
  • "t" - A merger of the Progenitor virus with leech deoxyribonucleic acid.
  • Neo-t - A virus developed by Mylene Beardsley before the development of the G-virus
  • t-Veronica - A merger between the ancient virus and Progenitor.
  • "G" - A mutation of the Type-B Progenitor variant that increases cellular reproduction - making the infected essentially immortal.
  • "t+G" - A merger of the G-virus with T-antibodies. Those infected have the ability to conduct a bio-electrical field.
  • t-Abyss - A t-Virus variant created by TRICELL alongside the FBC, combining "The Abyss" virus and the t-Virus.
  • Uroboros - Another man-made variant of Progenitor, developed in conjunction by Albert Wesker and TRICELL.
  • t-Phobos - A virus that triggered mutation when the subject experienced fear.
  • "C" - An infectious agent that is a cross between an advanced strain of the T-Veronica virus and G-Virus.
  • Cameron Virus - An unidentified virus created by Dr. Cameron as she treated herself for infection. Those infected can move their consciousness into other organisms, allowing them to escape undetected.
  • X-virus - A virus only present in DC-canon.

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  • Carla Radames and T-Veronica

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    • The 1st Wikia Contributor wrote: Hey, I've been wondering, what was it that made Manuela able to control her veronica virus strain and did...
    • That sounds vaguely like Wesker's hypothesis on psychological triggers for mutation.

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