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Volume 23, Number 10—October 2017

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Berlin Squirrelpox Virus, a New Poxvirus in Red Squirrels, Berlin, Germany

Gudrun Wibbelt1, Simon H. Tausch1, Piotr W. Dabrowski, Olivia Kershaw, Andreas NitscheComments to Author , and Livia Schrick
Author affiliations: Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Berlin, Germany (G. Wibbelt); Robert Koch Institute, Berlin (S.H. Tausch, P.W. Dabrowski, A. Nitsche, L. Schrick); Free University Berlin, Berlin (O. Kershaw)

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Figure 1

Ultrastructure of Berlin squirrelpox virus particles from skin lesions on a red squirrel in Berlin, Germany, visualized by negative staining (uranyl acetate) (original magnification ×68,000).

Figure 1. Ultrastructure of Berlin squirrelpox virus particles from skin lesions on a red squirrel in Berlin, Germany, visualized by negative staining (uranyl acetate) (original magnification ×68,000).

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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