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T7 bacteriophage 1M x magnification 3d printed in WSF
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T7 bacteriophage 1M x magnification 3d printed in WSF
T7 bacteriophage 1M x magnification 3d printed in WSF

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T7 bacteriophage 1M x magnification 3d printed
T7 bacteriophage 1M x magnification 3d printed

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T7 bacteriophage 1M x magnification

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  • 3D printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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This is a 3D reconstruction of the bacteriophage T7, solved by cryo-electron microscopy and 3D image processing. This model (which is not from my own research) is available as part of a schools project in partnership with the Society of General Microbiology. This model was produced from a reconstruction deposited in the EM database - EMD 1164 and published: Agirrezabala X, Martin-Benito J, Caston JR, Miranda R, Valpuesta JM, Carrascosa JL: Maturation of phage T7 involves structural modification of both shell and inner core components. EMBO J. (2005) 24, pp. 3820-3829 [PubMed 16211007]
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T7 bacteriophage 1M x magnification
White Strong & Flexible
5.8 cm
6.8 cm
5.7 cm
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