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## Multiplicity of infectionThe ## Additional recommended knowledge## InterpretationThe actual number of phages or viruses that will enter any given cell is a statistical process: some cells may absorb more than one virus particle while others may not absorb any. The probability that a cell will absorb where For example, when an MOI of 1 (1 viral particle per cell) is used to infect a population of cells, the probability that a cell will not get infected is The average percentage of cells that will become infected as a result of inoculation with a given MOI can be obtained by realizing that it is simply which is approximately equal to ## See alsoCategories: Virology | Bacteriophage |

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