by Frank Harold
Does anyone know of a solid example of a biological membrane that arises de novo, rather than by the extension of a pre-existing membrane?
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I don’t know the origin of the membranes which eventually form the vaccinia (or other poxvirus) envelope, but it would be interesting to take a look at this.
Posted by: elio | January 08, 2010 at 09:07 AM