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  • Are Viruses Alive? - Educational site that discusses what defines life and whether viruses fit into this definition.
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  • Bacteriophage - Information from Wikipedia on the viruses that infect bacteria, their classification, history, replication and uses.
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  • The Big Picture Book of Viruses - Specific information on viral families, genomes, taxonomy, and structure.
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  • Distemper and Influenza at Mill Hill - Article by Rick Carver and John Skehel from the archives of the Mill Hill Essays 2000, about the group of viruses called paramyxoviruses.
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  • Epstein-Barr Virus: Infectious Mononucleosis - Research project by Michaela Weisser at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.
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  • HIV - Research project by Kayleen Kinsley on the human immunodeficiency virus, including its classification, nutrition, reproduction, habitat, history and information on the disease it causes.
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  • Human rhinovirus - Student project with taxonomy, phylogeny, anatomy, physiology and human significance.
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  • Index of Viruses - Database of virus names, acronyms, hosts, and nucleic acids.
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  • International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses - Taxonomy of viruses, including electron microscopy pictures, and family descriptions.
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  • Origins of Viruses - Article examining the evidence for how the first viruses may have appeared and how viruses, like other parasites, co-evolved with their hosts.
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  • Rabies Virus - Photographs and information on this virus that can be transmitted in saliva.
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  • Taxonomy browser (Viruses) - The NCBI Taxonomy database allows browsing of the taxonomy tree, which contains a classification of organisms.
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  • Tospoviruses - Viruses in the genus Tospovirus cause significant worldwide crop losses. Provides information on their biology, transmission, host range, symptoms, distribution and management strategies.
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  • ViralZone - Database of viruses. Information for each family includes molecular biology, taxonomic and host details, epidemiology and the UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot protein entries.
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  • Virus - Comprehensive information from Wikipedia on these sub-microscopic infectious agents that are unable to grow or reproduce outside a host cell.
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  • Virus Databases Online - A comprehensive index of viruses provided by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Also provides a picture gallery, identification tool and software tools.
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  • West Nile Virus - Provides a graphic model showing the incorporation of this virus into a host cell.
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