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Ebola in 3D
juxtaposes a real cryo-electron tomographic image of an Ebola virus-like particle, the structure of the Ebola surface glycoprotein spike, and a 3D model of an Ebola virus. The structure of the spike was determined by cryo-electron tomography. It was the first structure to visualize the mucin domains on the full-length glycoprotein.
The research to determine the spike’s structure was done by a team of scientists lead by Erin Tran, Ph.D. of the Subramaniam Lab at the National Institutes of Health.
Ebola in 3D. Veronica Falconieri/Subramaniam Lab/CCR/NCI/NIH