Close up view of filament formation at 8 hours (A) and 10 hours (B) post-infection showing the presence of bulbous termini at the end of some long filaments (C, D) and (G, H) indicated with a yellow box.
figureposted on 2013-06-06, 00:57 authored by Swetha Vijayakrishnan, Colin Loney, David Jackson, Worawit Suphamungmee, Frazer J. Rixon, David Bhella
Many filaments were also seen that did not show stronger fluorescence at their termini, indicating that they were probably not Archetti bodies (E, F orange boxes). See also movie S1.
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biophysicsNucleic acidsrnaMacromolecular assembliesComputational biologyMacromolecular structure analysisMacromolecular complex analysismicrobiologyVirologyViral structurenucleocapsidViral coreViral envelopeViral transmission and infectionfilamenthours10post-infectionbulbousterminifilamentsindicated