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Fiber diffraction patterns have been obtained for cucumber green mottle mosaic virus, watermelon strain (a distant relative of tobacco mosaic virus), and two heavy-atom derivatives. These patterns and the similarity between the cucumber and the tobacco virus offer the potential of a full structure determination of the cucumber virus.
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Released February 29, 2020