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Project T

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  • Eliyahu Uchiha
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When the host is infected via bite, scratch, or injected. The Project makes contact with the cell's membrane, it inserts it genetic coding into the cell. The cell absorbs the viral genome into its own genetic make up which takes over the cell functions. The cell begins to produce offspring of the Project T. The project T infected cell are then released from the host cell and infects the neighborhood cell, which starts the process all over again. The project T kills and replaces mitochondrial organelles. Within a replica of itself. The virus then combines with the other cells to produce energy. The energy energy is produced just enough to power the motor neurons and the basic lower brain functions. The reanimated host is then left with the intense need to feed in order to replenish energy supplies without having to sacrifice it own tissue. However, the virus can only property function by consuming the cell in order to produce it's energy. This slow breakdown process of cells leads to the gradual breakdown of the host thus causing necrosis. The virus incorporates itself into the host DNA which substantially alters it. Should the human host be alive at the time of the infection, all higher brain function are destroyed. This leaves only the cerebellum to govern behavior. As the virus spreads it damages the hypothalamus. This produce a massive flood of neurotransmitters, enzymes, and hormones such as norepinephrines and dopamine. These effects combined with the painful symptoms of the infection induce a psychotic rage, persistant hunger, and increase aggressiveness in the infected.

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