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Structural details about viruses and their components are important for understanding the many steps in a virus life-cycle, including entry into host cells, replication, assembly, and release of progeny virions.

Structural details about viruses and their components are important for understanding the many steps in a virus life-cycle, including entry into host cells, replication, assembly, and release of progeny virions. X-ray crystallography and electron microscopy, including cryo-EM, have been used extensively for virus structural studies. Recent advances with cryo-EM have significantly advanced the field with near-atomic resolution structures of viruses being achievable.

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