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Fowl Adenovirus

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Adenoviruses can be genetically engineered to act as a vector or 'taxi' to carry vaccines into animals. This transmission electron micrograph shows a cell infected with fowl adenovirus. The adenovirus is located within the nucleus.

Image produced by Electron Microscopy Unit, Australian Animal Health Laboratory.

Photographer : Electron Microscopy Unit AAHL

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Fowl Adenovirus
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