Published in Vaccine Weekly, May 13th, 2009
"VACV has two main infectious forms, mature virion (MV) and extracellular virion (EV). The MV is wrapped by two additional membranes derived from the trans-Golgi to produce a wrapped virion (WV), the outermost of which is lost by cellular membrane fusion during viral egress to form the EV. Genome sequencing of ORFV has revealed that it has homologues of almost all of the VACV structural genes....
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