Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis Virus - Virion

Virion

Virions consist of an envelope and a nucleocapsid. Virions are bullet-shaped and measure 45-100 nm in diameter; 100-430 nm in length. Surface projections are densely dispersed distinctive spikes that cover the whole surface except for the quasi-planar end.

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