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When a virus initiates an infection of a host cell, it must find a way to cross the plasma membrane of the host cell and enter the cytoplasm.
Which of the following statements about the process of virus entry is NOT true?
Some viruses fuse their lipid envelope with the plasma membrane of the host cell.
Some viruses create a small pore in the plasma membrane through which they thread their nucleic acid genome into the host cell.
Some viruses are taken up by endocytosis and then fuse their lipid envelope with the endocytic vesicle membrane.
Some viruses enter host cells through macropinocytosis and then fuse their lipid envelope with the endoplasmic reticulum membrane.