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Flu virus proteins during self-replication

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3434

Description
Influenza (flu) virus proteins in the act of self-replication. Viral nucleoprotein (blue) encapsidates [encapsulates] the RNA genome (green). The influenza virus polymerase (orange) reads and copies the RNA genome. In the background is an image of influenza virus ribonucleoprotein complexes observed using cryo-electron microscopy. This image is from a November 2012 News Release.

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Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, CA

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Image courtesy of the Wilson, Carragher and Potter labs

 


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