NewsA new template for nonspherical viral nanocages

28th February 2020by admin0
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In nature, viruses use nanocages to protect their
genome. Some of these viruses can be disassembled into protein
units to remove their genome. These protein units can then be
reassembled into nanocages by other templates, the so-called
virus-like particles. For her Ph.D. thesis, University of Twente
candidate Shuqin Cao worked on a new template for these virus-like
particles to use them in several different biomedical
applications.

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