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    Les anticorps attaquent la grippe virus, oeuvre

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    Les anticorps attaquent la grippe virus, oeuvre

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    Les anticorps attaquent la grippe virus, oeuvre

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    Flu virus surface protein and antibody. Molecular model of the neuraminidase glycoprotein enzyme found on the surface of the influenza (flu) virus, in complex with the antigen-binding fragment (Fab) of monoclonal antibody NC41. The presence of neuraminidase on the virus surface enables the virus to be released from the host cell. It is also a target for monoclonal antibody drugs that bind to it (s

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    Flu virus surface protein and antibody. Molecular model of the neuraminidase glycoprotein enzyme found on the surface of the influenza (flu) virus, in complex with the antigen-binding fragment (Fab) of monoclonal antibody NC41. The presence of neuraminidase on the virus surface enables the virus to be released from the host cell. It is also a target for monoclonal antibody drugs that bind to it (s

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    Infection de la grippe, oeuvre conceptuel

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    MHC protein complexed with flu virus. Molecular model showing human class II MHC (major histocompatibility complex) protein HLA-DR1 complexed with an influenza (flu) virus peptide. MHC class II molecules are cell surface molecules that are part of the immune system. They are found only on antigen-presenting cells and lymphocytes, where they present antigens to evoke the production of antibodies.

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    MHC protein complexed with flu virus. Molecular model showing human class II MHC (major histocompatibility complex) protein HLA-DR1 complexed with an influenza (flu) virus peptide. MHC class II molecules are cell surface molecules that are part of the immune system. They are found only on antigen-presenting cells and lymphocytes, where they present antigens to evoke the production of antibodies.

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    Infection virale, une oeuvre conceptuelle

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    Infection virale, une oeuvre conceptuelle

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Computer artwork of a generic virus particle.

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    Antibodies attacking a virus, computer artwork.

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    Antibodies attacking a virus, computer artwork.

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    Antibodies attacking a virus, computer artwork.

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    Foot-and-mouth disease virus. Molecular model of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus (Aphtae epizooticae) protein coat (capsid). FMD affects cloven-hooved mammals, commonly cattle and pigs, and is highly contagious. Antibodies are created by an animal's immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects (antigens), such as bacteria and viruses. Each antibody is specific to a particular an

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    Foot-and-mouth disease virus. Molecular model of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus Aphtae epizooticae, with antibodies (immunoglobulins, yellow) attached to the virus's outer protein coat (capsid). FMD affects cloven-hooved mammals, commonly cattle and pigs, and is highly contagious. Antibodies are created by an animal's immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects (antigens), suc

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    Foot-and-mouth disease virus. Molecular model of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus (Aphtae epizooticae) protein coat (capsid). FMD affects cloven-hooved mammals, commonly cattle and pigs, and is highly contagious. Antibodies are created by an animal's immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects (antigens), such as bacteria and viruses. Each antibody is specific to a particular an

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    Foot-and-mouth disease virus. Molecular model of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus Aphtae epizooticae, with antibodies (immunoglobulins, yellow) attached to the virus's outer protein coat (capsid). FMD affects cloven-hooved mammals, commonly cattle and pigs, and is highly contagious. Antibodies are created by an animal's immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects (antigens), suc

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    Antibodies attaching to Zika virus, computer illustration. Conceptual image showing potential of antibody diagnosis in Zika virus infection.

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    Antibodies attaching to Zika virus, computer illustration. Conceptual image showing potential of antibody diagnosis in Zika virus infection.

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    Antibodies attaching to Zika virus, computer illustration. Conceptual image showing potential of antibody diagnosis in Zika virus infection.

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    Antibodies attaching to Zika virus, computer illustration. Conceptual image showing potential of antibody diagnosis in Zika virus infection.

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    Antibodies attaching to Zika virus, computer illustration. Conceptual image showing potential of antibody diagnosis in Zika virus infection.

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    Grippe, oeuvre de l'ordinateur. Virus de l'influenza (grippe) (jaune, à gauche) dans la circulation sanguine.

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    Grippe, oeuvre de l'ordinateur. Virus de l'influenza (grippe) (jaune, en bas) dans la circulation sanguine.

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    Artwork of lymphocytes attacking a cancer cell.

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    West Nile virus and antibodies. Molecular model of antibodies attached to the capsid of a west Nile virus. West Nile Virus is an arbovirus (arthropod-borne virus) and is transmitted to humans and other mammals from infected birds through the bite of a mosquito vector.

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    Hepatitis E virus capsid, molecular model. This virus causes the disease hepatitis E in humans. Transmitted by faecal-oral contact, this virus causes low-level liver inflammation that can become more severe. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell

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    Bluetongue virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, transmitted by midges, causes bluetongue disease in ruminants (commonly sheep, and less frequently cattle, goats and deer). In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in s

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    T cell receptor. Molecular model of an alpha T cell receptor. T cell receptors are protein complexes found on the surface of a type of white blood cell called T lymphocytes (or T cells), part of the body's immune system. Antigens (foreign proteins) are presented to T cell receptors to effect an immune response.

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    Human poliovirus particle. Molecular model of the capsid of the human poliovirus. The capsid is a protein coat that encloses the virus's genetic information (genome), stored as RNA (ribonucleic acid). The protruding proteins are receptors, which enable the virus to recognise and bind to a host cell. Poliovirus infects children and causes poliomyelitis, a disease which in severe cases damages the n

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    Poliovirus particle, molecular model.

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    Human poliovirus particle. Molecular model of the capsid of the human poliovirus. The capsid is a protein coat that encloses the virus's genetic information (genome), stored as RNA (ribonucleic acid). The protruding proteins are receptors, which enable the virus to recognise and bind to a host cell. Poliovirus infects children and causes poliomyelitis, a disease which in severe cases damages the n

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    West Nile virus and antibodies. Molecular model of antibodies attached to the capsid of a west Nile virus. West Nile Virus is an arbovirus (arthropod-borne virus) and is transmitted to humans and other mammals from infected birds through the bite of a mosquito vector.

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    Hepatitis E virus capsid, molecular model. This virus causes the disease hepatitis E in humans. Transmitted by faecal-oral contact, this virus causes low-level liver inflammation that can become more severe. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell

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    Bluetongue virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, transmitted by midges, causes bluetongue disease in ruminants (commonly sheep, and less frequently cattle, goats and deer). In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in s

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    HIV antibody therapy. Molecular model of the interaction of the HIV surface protein gp120 (green) as it interacts with a human white blood cell surface protein (CD4, blue) and the anti-HIV antibody (17B, yellow and orange). HIV (the human immunodeficiency virus) causes AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). The antibody neutralises the effect of gp120, helping to prevent the onset of AIDS, an

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    T cell receptor. Molecular model of an alpha T cell receptor. T cell receptors are protein complexes found on the surface of a type of white blood cell called T lymphocytes (or T cells), part of the body's immune system. Antigens (foreign proteins) are presented to T cell receptors to effect an immune response.

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    Human poliovirus particle. Molecular model of the capsid of the human poliovirus. The capsid is a protein coat that encloses the virus's genetic information (genome), stored as RNA (ribonucleic acid). The protruding proteins are receptors, which enable the virus to recognise and bind to a host cell. Poliovirus infects children and causes poliomyelitis, a disease which in severe cases damages the n

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    Poliovirus particle, molecular model.

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    Human poliovirus particle. Molecular model of the capsid of the human poliovirus. The capsid is a protein coat that encloses the virus's genetic information (genome), stored as RNA (ribonucleic acid). The protruding proteins are receptors, which enable the virus to recognise and bind to a host cell. Poliovirus infects children and causes poliomyelitis, a disease which in severe cases damages the n

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    Neutrophil (left) and monocyte (right) white blood cell in blood smear, computer illustration. Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell and are part of the body's immune system. Monocytes are the largest white blood cells; they engulf and digest invading bacteria and cell debris.

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    Neutrophil (right) and monocyte (left) white blood cell in blood smear, computer illustration. Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell and are part of the body's immune system. Monocytes are the largest white blood cells; they engulf and digest invading bacteria and cell debris.

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    Neutrophil (left) and monocyte (right) white blood cell in blood smear, computer illustration. Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell and are part of the body's immune system. Monocytes are the largest white blood cells; they engulf and digest invading bacteria and cell debris.

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    Neutrophil white blood cell and red blood cells, computer illustration. Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell and are part of the body's immune system.

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    Neutrophil white blood cell and red blood cells, computer illustration. Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell and are part of the body's immune system.

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    Neutrophil white blood cell and red blood cells, computer illustration. Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell and are part of the body's immune system.

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    Neutrophil white blood cell and red blood cells, computer illustration. Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell and are part of the body's immune system.

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    Herpes virus and antibodies, illustration.

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    Herpes virus and antibodies, illustration.

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    Rhinovirus, computer illustration. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes.

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    Rhinovirus, computer illustration. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes.

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    Rhinovirus, computer illustration. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes.

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    Rhinovirus, computer illustration. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes.

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    Rhinovirus, computer illustration. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes.

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    Rhinovirus, computer illustration. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes.

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    Rhinoviruses, computer illustration. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes.

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    Rhinoviruses, computer illustration. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes.

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    T lymphocyte and cancer cell. Computer artwork of a T lymphocyte cell attached to a cancer cell. T lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell that recognise a specific site (antigen) on the surface of cancer cells or pathogens and bind to it. Some T lymphocytes then signal for other immune system cells to eliminate the cell. The genetic changes that cause a cell to become cancerous lead to the pre

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    Conceptual image for interaction between viruses and host-cell DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). Integration of viruses into DNA is the key step in oncogenesis. Several viruses, such as hepatitis B virus, papillomavirus and other, can integrate into host DNA as insertional mutagens causing the activation of a cellular proto-oncogene which eventually leads to uncontrolled cell multiplication and cancer

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    Macrophage engulfing TB bacteria. Computer illustration of a macrophage white blood cell (pink) engulfing tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) bacteria (orange). This process is called phagocytosis. Macrophages are cells of the body's immune system. They phagocytose and destroy pathogens, dead cells and cellular debris.

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    Macrophage engulfing TB bacteria. Computer illustration of a macrophage white blood cell (blue) engulfing tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) bacteria (orange). This process is called phagocytosis. Macrophages are cells of the body's immune system. They phagocytose and destroy pathogens, dead cells and cellular debris.

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    Macrophage engulfing TB bacteria. Computer illustration of a macrophage white blood cell (blue) engulfing tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) bacteria (orange). This process is called phagocytosis. Macrophages are cells of the body's immune system. They phagocytose and destroy pathogens, dead cells and cellular debris.

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    Macrophage engulfing TB bacteria. Computer illustration of a macrophage white blood cell (blue) engulfing tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) bacteria (orange). This process is called phagocytosis. Macrophages are cells of the body's immune system. They phagocytose and destroy pathogens, dead cells and cellular debris.

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    Macrophage engulfing TB bacteria. Computer illustration of a macrophage white blood cell (pink) engulfing tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) bacteria (orange). This process is called phagocytosis. Macrophages are cells of the body's immune system. They phagocytose and destroy pathogens, dead cells and cellular debris.

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    Macrophage engulfing TB bacteria. Computer illustration of a macrophage white blood cell (pink) engulfing tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) bacteria (orange). This process is called phagocytosis. Macrophages are cells of the body's immune system. They phagocytose and destroy pathogens, dead cells and cellular debris.

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    Macrophage and Borrelia bacteria, illustration. Macrophages are cells of the body's immune system. They phagocytose and destroy pathogens, dead cells and cellular debris. Here, the macrophage (pink) is engulfing the bacteria (dark blue), a process known as phagocytosis. The bacteria will then be destroyed. Several diseases are caused by various types of Borrelia bacteria, including Lyme disease an

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    Macrophage and Borrelia bacteria, illustration. Macrophages are cells of the body's immune system. They phagocytose and destroy pathogens, dead cells and cellular debris. Here, the macrophage (pink) is engulfing the bacteria (dark blue), a process known as phagocytosis. The bacteria will then be destroyed. Several diseases are caused by various types of Borrelia bacteria, including Lyme disease an

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    Virus, oeuvre

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    Virus, oeuvre

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    Virus, oeuvre

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    Artwork of lymphocytes.

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, computer artwork.

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, computer artwork.

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, computer artwork.

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, computer artwork.

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, computer artwork.

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    Rhinovirus capsid, molecular model. This is human rhinovirus. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid's subunits are capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in shape,

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    Poliovirus type 3 capsid, molecular model. This enterovirus causes poliomyelitis (polio) in humans, which affects the nervous system, sometimes leading to paralysis. The three types produce similar symptoms. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell

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    Antibodies and their antigen. Molecular model showing the molecular structure of two anti-P-glycoprotein antibodies (upper left and right) and the P-glycoprotein (v-shaped) to which they respond. These antibodies will bind to the glycoprotein, preventing it from functioning.

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    Interferon (IFN) antagonism by viral protein. Molecular model of an orthopoxvirus IFN-gamma-binding protein bound to an IFN-gamma molecule. IFN-gamma is a cytokine and the only member of the type II class of interferons - proteins made and released by the immune system in response to the presence of pathogens. The viral IFN-gamma-binding protein attaches itself to the IFN-gamma molecule and blocks

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    Hepatitis B virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, transmitted through infected bodily fluids or blood, causes the disease hepatitis B in humans, leading to acute liver inflammation. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spher

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