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Precise Picture of Zika Creates Potential for Therapeutics

News   Jun 27, 2018 | Original story from Purdue University

 
Precise Picture of Zika Creates Potential for Therapeutics

Researchers at Purdue have achieved a cryo-EM structure of mature Zika virus at 3.1Å resolution. The three envelope glycoproteins are colored yellow, blue and red. Credit: Purdue University photo/Madhumati Sevvana

 
 
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