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Cryo-EM Reveals How a Virus Packages Its Genome

News   May 30, 2019 | Original story from the University of Helsinki

 
Cryo-EM Reveals How a Virus Packages Its Genome

If the virus was the size of an exercise ball and the viral genome was thick manila rope, there would be almost 70 metres of such rope stuffed inside the ball. Credit: Juha Huiskonen.

 
 
 

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