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Fiber diffraction data were collected from oriented sols of ribgrass mosaic virus and a lead derivative of the virus. Two lead binding sites were found. Two intersubunit carboxylcarboxylate pairs, different from those in other tobamoviruses, are predicted to control viral assembly and disassembly. One of the carboxyl-carboxylate pairs forms part of a lead binding site.