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This article is from BMC Biology, volume 12.AbstractGiant viruses have revealed a number of surprises that challenge conventions on what constitutes a virus. The Samba virus newly isolated in Brazil expands the known distribution of giant mimiviruses to a near-global scale. These viruses, together with the transposon-related virophages that infect them, pose a number of questions about their evolutionary origins that need to be considered in the light of the complex entanglement between host, virus and virophage genomes.See research article: http:-www.virologyj.com-content-11-1-95.



Author: Katzourakis, Aris; Aswad, Amr

Source: https://archive.org/







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