HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) particle, computer model.
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- Bacteriophage X-174 particle, computer model.
- Norovirus (formerly Norwalk virus) particle, computer model. This virus is highly contagious in humans causing vomiting and diarrhoea.
- Poliovirus-receptor complex. Computer model of a poliovirus (yellow) complexed with receptors (CD155, green) from human cells.
- Venezuelan haemorrhagic fever virus particle. Computer model of the Guanarito arenavirus, the cause of Venezuelan haemorrhagic fever.
- Smallpox virus particle. Computer model of the variola virus, the virus that causes smallpox.
- Seneca Valley virus particle, computer model. This virus infects and subsequently kills cancerous cells.
- Rotavirus particle, computer model. Rotavirus infection causes vomiting and diarrhoea and is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea in children.
- RNA hairpin virus particle, computer model.
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- Adenovirus particle serotype 3, computer model. This virus most commonly causes respiratory disease in humans, but can also cause genitourinary diseases and gastroenteritis.
- Hepatitis B virus particle, computer model. This virus causes hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver that can lead to cirrhosis and cancer.
- Hepatitis E virus particle, computer model. This virus causes hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver.
- Human papilloma virus (HPV) , computer model. HPV causes warts, which mostly occur on the hands and feet. Certain strains also infect the genitals.
- Picobirnavirus particle, computer model. This virus causes gastroenteritis in mammals, including humans.