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Summary

The inner capsid layer of human rotavirus was found to preferentially break up into large ring-like morphological units. The outer capsid was found to be composed of capsomeres covered by a thin protein or glycoprotein covering. These capsomeres appeared to be broad headed and short stemmed, similar to the type of pin used to mark locations on a map (pushpin).

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1982-09-01
2019-10-20
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