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A 3D print of hemagglutinin. The colorful model has many curly lines that look like pipe cleaners.

August 5, 2022

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A 3D print of hemagglutinin. The colorful model has many curly lines that look like pipe cleaners.

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3D print of hemagglutinin, one of the proteins found on the surface of influenza virus that enables the virus to infect human cells.

Photo: NIH

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