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The Near-to-Native-State Architecture of Measles Virus Assembly Sites and Isolated Measles Virus Particles

  • Elizabeth R. Wright (a1), Joshua D. Strauss (a1), Ke Zunlong (a2), Cheri M. Hampton (a1), Fredrick Leon (a1), Melinda Brindley (a3) and Richard K. Plemper (a4)...
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[1] Brindley, MA, et al, Journal of Virology 87(21 2014). p. 1169311703.
[2] Liljeroos, L, et al, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108(44 2011). p. 1808518090.
[3] Paal, T, et al, Journal of Virology 83(20 2009). p. 1048010493.
[4] Strauss, JD, et al, Journal of Virology 90(3 2015). p. 15071521.
[5] Hampton, CM, et al, Nature Protocols 12(1 2017). p. 150167.
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[8] We would like to thank the Robert P. Apkarian Integrated Electron Microscopy Core of Emory University for microscopy services and support. This work was supported in part by Emory University, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and the Georgia Research Alliance to E.R.W.; the Center for AIDS Research at Emory University (P30 AI050409); the James B. Pendleton Charitable Trust to E.R.W.; public health service grants R01AI083402 to R.K.P, F32GM112517 to J.D.S, and NSF grant 0923395 to E.R.W.
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Microscopy and Microanalysis
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