Structural Virology

Viruses use a molecular mechanism to penetrate the host cells to confirm an infection and to assure that the progeny virus particles are discharged into the environment invading the host’s immune defenses. This phenomenon is known as Structural Virology. Although viruses are simple as the individual with the self-replicating ability but as a group, they are exceptionally diverse in strategies and structures.

 

  • X-ray Crystallography
  • Solution NMR Spectroscopy
  • Cryo-electron Tomography

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