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Anonymous hanaaaspongebob
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A month ago
Hiya, I’ve already asked this question before and apparently there was not much information. is it possible to guess the virus from this, what experiments can be used such as in vitro, whether it is horizontal or vertical transfer, the spire production, virulence (hypo or hyper) and if it has a capsid or not. If it is not related then ignore what I said above.

But what else can you tell from the images as this is what I have been given?
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3 weeks ago
F24VF and F24VI are probably the names of the viruses, two variants.

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is it possible to guess the virus from this, what experiments can be used such as in vitro, whether it is horizontal or vertical transfer, the spire production, virulence (hypo or hyper) and if it has a capsid or not.

None of these things can be predicted from the data provided.
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