"Gag pol Fused Protein" is a term commonly used in the field of virology. It refers to a protein that combines the structural proteins (Gag) and the enzymes (Pol) of a retrovirus. Antonyms for Gag pol Fused Protein include terms that describe proteins in their separate forms, such as Gag protein and Pol protein. Additionally, terms like "disconnected" or "uncoupled" are antonyms that suggest a lack of fusion or combination. These antonyms highlight the importance of understanding the individual functions and structures of the Gag and Pol proteins in order to better understand the behavior of retroviruses.
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- creative, fecund, fertile.