Podoviridae

Podoviridae is a family of bacteriophages. This family is characterized by having very short, noncontractile tails. ==Virology== The viron is nonenveloped with a head-tail structure. There are 9 structural proteins. The head is ~60 nanometers (nm) in diameter, consists of 72 capsomers and is icosahedral with a T = 7 symmetry. The head protein has ...
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podoviridae

<virology> A family of bacteriophage viruses (including the T7 phage group) which arecharacterised by isometric or elongate heads, linear double-stranded DNA genomes, and short, non-contracting tails. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Podoviridae

Type: Term Pronunciation: po′dō-vir′i-dē Definitions: 1. Name for a family of bacterial viruses with short tails and genomes of double-stranded DNA (MW 12-73 ׀ 106); heads may be isometric or elongated. The family includes the T-7 phage group and probably other genera.
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