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Bacteriophage T4

faelist faelist at lettsci.sscnet.ucla.edu
Wed Mar 29 17:18:49 EST 1995


Bacteriophage T4 does not have an icosahedral head, but it is derived from an 
icosahedron elongated along its 5-fold axis. For details, see "The molecular 
biology of bacteriophage T4", J. Karam et al., eds, ASM Press, Wash  DC, 
1994.
-----Fred  Eiserling.
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Subject: Bacteriophage T4
Date: 17 Feb 1995 00:33:22 GMT
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   Is the head of the bacteriophage, an icosahedron?
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