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© Oxford University Press, 2007. All rights reserved. This chapter discusses all aspects of the methodology used to solve isometric virus structures with separate case study examples for two demanding examples, the blue tongue virus core (BTV) and bacteriophage PRD1, the first structure of an intact virus with an internal membrane.

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Macromolecular Crystallography: Conventional and high-throughput methods

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