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Abstract

Summary

Isolated protein subunits of narcissus mosaic virus have been assembled without RNA into rod-like structures of similar diameter to the intact virus. Optical diffraction patterns from electron micrographs of these particles show that the subunits are in a double-helical arrangement.

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