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Morphological irregularities in Dane particle cores.
Electron microscopy of hepatitis B antigen has revealed Dane particles with abnormal morphology. These aberrant Dane particles contain incomplete cores. They were seen in large numbers in the serumExpand
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Evidence for incomplete replication of a penguin poxvirus in cells of mammalian origin.
The recent discovery of a novel poxvirus [penguin-pox virus (PPV)] from Jackass penguins offers the potential of a unique candidate vaccine vector for use in mammals. Infectivity studies wereExpand
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Herpes simplex virus glycoproteins associated with different morphological entities projecting from the virion envelope.
Spikes of different kinds, distinct in size and appearance were detected on the surfaces of herpes simplex virions by electron microscopy of negatively stained preparations. Use of monoclonalExpand
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Intra-nuclear localization of two envelope proteins, gB and gD, of herpes simplex virus
SummaryThe envelopes of herpes simplex virus (HSV) particles are acquired from the inner nuclear membrane (INM) of the infected cell and virus-coded glycoproteins are present in the envelope ofExpand
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Hepatitis B virus associated membranous glomerulonephritis.
The incidence of persistent hepatitis B surface (HBs) antigenaemia was studied in 114 nephrotic children with glomerulonephritis. Twenty five (24 boys) of 28 cases of membranous glomerulonephritisExpand
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DNA single strand conformation polymorphism identifies five defined strains of hepatitis B virus (HBV) during an outbreak of HBV infection in an oncology unit.
An outbreak of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection in a children's oncology unit was identified in which 61 children were shown to have been infected, 59 of them asymptomatically. In order to establishExpand
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The morphology of human immunodeficiency virus particles by negative staining electron microscopy.
Negative staining electron microscopy was used to examine culture fluids from the H9/HTLV-III cell line after concentration by centrifugation. Characteristic retrovirus-like particles bearingExpand
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An electron microscopic demonstration of immune complexes of hepatitis b e-antigen using colloidal gold as a marker
Immune complexes of the hepatitis B e-antigen (HBeAg) could be labeled and thus visually identified in the electron microscope by using antibody to HBeAg (anti-HBe) tagged with colloidal goldExpand
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An Fc receptor for human immunoglobulin G is located within the tegument of human cytomegalovirus.
Immunogold electron microscopy has demonstrated that human immunoglobulin G (IgG) can bind to the tegument of human cytomegalovirus virions by the Fc portion of the molecule. This binding wasExpand
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Beta 2 microglobulin binds to the tegument of cytomegalovirus: an immunogold study.
  • L. Stannard
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of general virology
  • 1 August 1989
Previous reports have provided evidence for the ability of human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) to bind the host protein beta 2 microglobulin (beta 2m) from body fluids or culture medium, and thus enhanceExpand
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