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Secrets of Deadly Nipah Virus Revealed by Super-Resolution Microscope

News   Aug 17, 2018 | Original Story from the University of British Columbia.

 
Secrets of Deadly Nipah Virus Revealed by Super-Resolution Microscope

This optical super-resolution microscope patented by UBC allowed researchers to observe virus-like particles at higher resolutions than they could have just five years ago. Credit: Lou Corpuz-Bosshart/UBC.

 
 
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