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2nd Window AIDS Virus
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (GIF, 9.03 KB) A scanning electron micrograph of two AIDS virus particles on a CD-8 cell surface.
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2nd Window C3HC4: Equine Herpes Virus Protein
[Oxford Centre for Molecular Sciences] (GIF, 4 K) Structure of the C3HC4 domain by 1H-nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
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2nd Window Hanta Virus
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (JPEG, 11 KB) A JPEG image of the Hanta virus.
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2nd Window Hanta Virus
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (JPEG, 9 KB) A JPEG image of the Hanta virus.
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2nd Window Hepadnaviridae
[Australian National Univ.] Image of a Hepatitis DNA virus.
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2nd Window Hepatitis B virions
[Human Viruses at Stanford Univ.] (GIF, 59.8 KB) An electron micrograph image of a group of Hepatitis B virions.
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2nd Window Hepatitis B virus
[Human Viruses at Stanford Univ.] (GIF, 36.3 KB) An image showing the three different particles of the Hepatitis B virus.
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2nd Window Herpes Simplex Virus
[Electron Microscopy Gallery] (JPEG, 40.6 KB) A JPEG image of the Herpes Simplex virus.
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2nd Window Herpesvirus
[LifeHouse Productions] (GIF, 203 KB) This is a 3D computer reconstruction from cryo-electron micrographs of the herpes simplex virus capsids.
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2nd Window Herpesvirus
[Human Viruses at Stanford Univ.] (GIF, 62.4 KB) An electron micrograph image of a Herpesvirus.
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2nd Window HIV
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (GIF, 6.9 KB) An image of HIV daughter cells budding from a T-Cell surface.
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2nd Window HIV Daughter Cells
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (GIF, 8.82 KB) An electron microgaraph of daughter HIV cells leaving an infected T-Cell.
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2nd Window HIV Single Virus Particle
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (GIF, 6.06 KB) An image of an AIDS virus attaching to a healthy CD-4 receptor site infecting it with the HIV virus.
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2nd Window HIV-1 Viron Structure
[Life House Productions] (GIF, 203 KB) This is an animated image of the HIV-1 viron that is an enveloped lentivirus containing 72 external spikes.
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2nd Window Human T-lymphocyte Virus
[Electron Microscopy Gallery] (JPEG, 52 KB) An image of the human T-lymphocyte virus.
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2nd Window Influenza
[The Queens's Univ. of Belfast] (JPEG, 40 KB) A large JPEG image of the Influenza virus.
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2nd Window Influenza virus
[Virus Ultrastructure] (GIF, 14 KB) An electron micrograph image of the Influenza virus.
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2nd Window Marburg virus
[Electron Micrographs of Viruses] (JPEG, 37.8 KB) An electron micrograph image of the Marburg virus between two human liver cells.
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2nd Window Norwalk Virus
[Environmental Protection Agency] (JPEG, 11.8 KB) An electron micrograph of the Norwalk virus taken from an individual with gastroenteritis.
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2nd Window P17: HIV-1 Matrix Protein
[Oxford Centre for Molecular Sciences W3] (GIF, 12 K) 3-D structure of the HIV-1 matrix protein that reveals similarity to interferon-gamma.
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2nd Window Polio Virus
[Electron Microscopy Gallery] (JPEG, 23 KB) An image of the polio virus.
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2nd Window Polio Virus
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (JPEG, 181 KB) Computer model of the polio virus.
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2nd Window Polio Virus Type 2 Lansing
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (JPEG, 3.16 KB) An image of the polio virus type 2 Lansing.
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2nd Window Poliovirus, Type 1 - Mahoney
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (GIF, 2.2 MB) An animation of the Poliovirus Type 1 - Mahoney.
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2nd Window Poliovirus, Type 2 - Lansing
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (Quicktime, 506 K) A movie showing a rotating Poliovirus, Type 2 - Lansing.
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2nd Window Rabies virus
[Electron Micrographs of Viruses] (JPEG, 48.4 KB) An electron micrograph image of the rabies virus in brain cells.
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2nd Window Rhinovirus 14
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (Quicktime, 506 K) The movie shows a rotating EMP reconstructed rhinovirus 14.
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2nd Window Rhinovirus 14
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (MPEG, 549 K & Quicktime, 1138K) The movie shows a viral particle, radially depth cued with its antigenic sites highlighted, rotating 360 degrees and looping.
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2nd Window Rhinovirus 14
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (MPEG, 593 K & Quicktime, 1271 K) This movie shows the virus as colored by its proteins.
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2nd Window Rhinovirus 14
[Institute for Molcular Virology] (MPEG, 600K & Quicktime, 1596K) A cryoelectron micrograph (grayscale) and computer enhanced image (in color) of saturated spherical human rhinovirus 14 particles that are complexed with neutralizing antibodies.
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2nd Window Rhinovirus 14
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (JPEG, 185 KB) Large computer model of Rhinovirus 14. Molecular surface is radially depth cued, as solved by X-ray crystallography.
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2nd Window Rhinovirus 14
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (GIF, 30 KB) A smaller computer model of rhinovirus 14 complexed with the ICAM-1 receptor, as solved by cryo-electron microscopy and image reconstruction.
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2nd Window Rhinovirus 16
[Institute for Molecular Virology] (MPEG, 363 & Quicktime, 674K) This site contains two movies of the viral particle with a view of the interior, colored by protein type.
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2nd Window Rotavirus
Rotavirus particles are approximately 75nm in diameter. They have icosahedral symmetry and particles possess two concentric protein shells, or capsids. The term "rota", meaning wheel, is derived from the appearance of the complete double-capsid particle when viewed by negative staining in a position where the 5-fold axis of symmetry is acentric. Apparent spoke-like components are then visible on one side of the virus particle.
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2nd Window RuvB Protein
[Electron Micrograph Library] (JPEG, 53.4 KB) An electron micrograph of the RuvB protein bound to ds linear DNA.
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