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Love Triangle Reveals Potential Antiviral Targets

News   Mar 06, 2019 | Original story by The University of Maine

 
This Influenza-Lipid-Protein Relationship is Surprisingly Dynamic

3D print of influenza virus. The virus surface (yellow) is covered with proteins called hemagglutinin (blue) and neuraminidase (red) that enable the virus to enter and infect human cells. Image credit: NIH

 
 
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