The results of this study uncover a rather extreme genetic fragility in the HIV-1 capsid protein, with a large fraction (~70%) of individual, random amino acid substitutions resulting in non-viable viruses.
The results of this study indicate that the phenoloxidase (PO) cascade of mosquitoes plays an important role in immune defence against arboviruses.
This study reports the first three-dimensional study of filamentous virus ultrastructure in particles budding from influenza-infected cells.
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