Hepatitis B virus

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TEM of Hepatitis B virus. Orange spheres with red core, known as Dane particles, are the complete virus. Brown rods are parts of the disassembled virus coat without a core, inactive. Causes "serum hepatitis". sexually transmitted. spread by blood transfusions, tatooing, acupuncture, needle sharing by intravenous drug users. Vaccines are available. Magnification-120.000x

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