David Gil-Carton

1Hanna M. Oksanen
1Aurelie Bertin
1Bibiana Peralta
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In internal membrane-containing viruses, a lipid vesicle enclosed by the icosahedral capsid protects the genome. It has been postulated that this internal membrane is the genome delivery device of the virus. Viruses built with this architectural principle infect hosts in all three domains of cellular life. Here, using a combination of electron microscopy(More)
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