Family Coronaviridae

@article{Payne2017FamilyC,
  title={Family Coronaviridae},
  author={S. Payne},
  journal={Viruses},
  year={2017},
  pages={149 - 158}
}
Abstract Members of the family Coronaviridae are large, enveloped, single-stranded RNA viruses. They are the largest known RNA viruses, with genomes ranging from 25 to 32kb and virions of 118–140nm in diameter. The family is divided into two subfamilies, the Coronavirinae and the Torovirinae. They can be distinguished on the basis of their nucleocapsids as the toroviruses have unique doughnut-shaped nucleocapsids. Virions are roughly spherical and are notable for the large spike (S… Expand
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