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Composite of two negative transmission electron micrograph (TEM) images of highly magnified spots of two forms of monkeypox virus. On the left is an example of the C-form, or capsular form, of a monkeypox virus particle, and on the right is an M-form, or mulberry form of the virus. These two brick-shaped particles were discovered in cell culture. The surface of the M-form virion is covered with short, whorled filaments, while the C-form virion is spot-penetrated and appears as a dense, well-defined core surrounded by several stratified areas of different densities. , Inger K. Damon and Sherif R. Zaki, 2003
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Post Date: Sep 28, 2022 11:52 AM
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Credit: CDC / IMAGE POINT FR / BSIP/CDC/IMAGE POINT FR/BSIP/Universal Images Group/Newscom
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Photographer: CDC / IMAGE POINT FR / BSIP
Keywords: medicine, epidemiology, epidemic, infection, viral infection, monkeypox, cytology, cell, cell culture, nucleus, relative density, electronic, movement, transmission, virus, DNA virus, poxviridae, orthopoxvirus, monkeypox virus
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