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1. Heat expanded bacteriophage P22 (penton-less) particles
ID: EM-5150
Citation: P22 coat protein structures reveal a novel mechanism for capsid maturation: stability without auxiliary proteins or chemical crosslinks
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Resolution: 8.2Å
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2. Wild-type P22 procapsid shells (devoid of scaffolding protein)
ID: EM-5149
Citation: P22 coat protein structures reveal a novel mechanism for capsid maturation: stability without auxiliary proteins or chemical crosslinks
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Resolution: 9.1Å
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3. Intact P22 tail machine purified from infectitous virions
ID: EM-5051
Citation: The P22 tail machine at subnanometer resolution reveals the architecture of an infection conduit
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Resolution: 9.4Å
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4. 11-fold P22 assembly-naive portal formed from expressed subunits (gp1)
ID: EM-5050
Citation: The P22 tail machine at subnanometer resolution reveals the architecture of an infection conduit
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T-Number:
Resolution: 8.6Å
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5. 12-fold P22 assembly-naive portal formed from expressed subunits (gp1)
ID: EM-5049
Citation: The P22 tail machine at subnanometer resolution reveals the architecture of an infection conduit
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Resolution: 8.6Å
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6. Bacteriophage lambda - mature virion
ID: EM-5012
Citation: Bacteriophage lambda stabilization by auxiliary protein gpD: timing, location, and mechanism of attachment determined by cryo-EM
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T-Number: 7l
Resolution: 6.8Å
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7. Bacteriophage lambda - procapsid
ID: EM-1507
Citation: Bacteriophage lambda stabilization by auxiliary protein gpD: timing, location, and mechanism of attachment determined by cryo-EM
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T-Number: 7l
Resolution: 14.5Å
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8. Bacteriophage P22 - infectious virion
ID: EM-1220
Citation: The structure of an infectious P22 virion shows the signal for headful DNA packaging
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T-Number:
Resolution: 17Å
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9. Bacteriophage P22 tail machine - isolated from bacteriophage P22
ID: EM-1119
Citation: Three-dimensional structure of the bacteriophage P22 tail machine
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T-Number:
Resolution: 23Å
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10. Sulfolobus Turretted Icosahedral Virus (VLP)
ID: EM-1YNV
Citation: The structure of a thermophilic archaeal virus shows a double-stranded DNA viral capsid type that spans all domains of life
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T-Number: 31
Resolution: 27Å
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11. Pariacoto Virus (Native form)
ID: EM-1F8V
Citation: The structure of pariacoto virus reveals a dodecahedral cage of duplex RNA
Family: Nodaviridae
T-Number: 3
Resolution: 21Å
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12. Flock House Virus
ID: EM-FHV
Citation: Functional implications of quasi-equivalence in a T = 3 icosahedral animal virus established by cryo-electron microscopy and X-ray crystallography
Family: Nodaviridae
T-Number: 3
Resolution: 22Å
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13. Providence Virus (Native form)
ID: EM-1PRV
Citation: Evolution in action: N and C termini of subunits in related T = 4 viruses exchange roles as molecular switches
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 28Å
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14. NωV (Wildtype Procapsid, no cleavage; pH 7.6)
ID: EM-12NWV
Citation: Subunits fold at position-dependent rates during maturation of a eukaryotic RNA virus
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 9.6Å
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15. NωV (Glu278Gln mutant- 3 minutes after lowering pH to 5.0, no cleavage)
ID: EM-11NWV
Citation: Subunits fold at position-dependent rates during maturation of a eukaryotic RNA virus
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 9.8Å
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16. NωV (Glu73Gln mutant- 2 hours after lowering pH to 5.0, 50% cleavage)
ID: EM-10NWV
Citation: Subunits fold at position-dependent rates during maturation of a eukaryotic RNA virus
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 7.9Å
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17. NωV (Wildtype Capsid- 4 hours after lowering pH to 5.0, %7e80% cleavage)
ID: EM-9NWV
Citation: Subunits fold at position-dependent rates during maturation of a eukaryotic RNA virus
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 8.3Å
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18. NωV (Wildtype Capsid- 30 minutes after lowering pH to 5.0, %7e50% cleavage)
ID: EM-8NWV
Citation: Subunits fold at position-dependent rates during maturation of a eukaryotic RNA virus
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 8.6Å
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19. NωV (Wildtype Capsid- 3 minutes after lowering pH to 5.0, %7e15% cleavage)
ID: EM-7NWV
Citation: Subunits fold at position-dependent rates during maturation of a eukaryotic RNA virus
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 9.3Å
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20. NωV (Wildtype fully mature Capsid, 100% cleavage)
ID: EM-6NWV
Citation: Subunits fold at position-dependent rates during maturation of a eukaryotic RNA virus
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 9.8Å
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21. NωV (Wildtype Procapsid, no cleavage; pH 7.6) - Low resolution
ID: EM-5NWV
Citation: Large conformational changes in the maturation of a simple RNA virus, nudaurelia capensis omega virus (NomegaV)
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 28Å
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22. NωV (VLP Capsid Intermediate at pH5.8)
ID: EM-4NWV
Citation: Large conformational changes in the maturation of a simple RNA virus, nudaurelia capensis omega virus (NomegaV)
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 27Å
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23. NωV (VLP Capsid Intermediate at pH5.5)
ID: EM-3NWV
Citation: Large conformational changes in the maturation of a simple RNA virus, nudaurelia capensis omega virus (NomegaV)
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 26Å
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24. NωV (VLP Capsid)
ID: EM-2NWV
Citation: Large conformational changes in the maturation of a simple RNA virus, nudaurelia capensis omega virus (NomegaV)
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 25Å
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25. Nudaurelia Capensis ω Virus (Native Capsid)
ID: EM-1NWV
Citation:
Family: Tetraviridae
T-Number: 4
Resolution: 21Å
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