Figure 1: CryoEM micrographs of the uncomplexed ZIKV control and the Fab C10-ZIKV complex samples at various pH levels. | Nature Communications

Figure 1: CryoEM micrographs of the uncomplexed ZIKV control and the Fab C10-ZIKV complex samples at various pH levels.

From: Neutralization mechanism of a highly potent antibody against Zika virus

Figure 1

The deformed particles and aggregates are indicated with red and black arrows, respectively. The right upper corner inset shows a quarter of a 2D class average of the round particles. The E protein layer is indicated with a green arrow, the outer and inner leaflets of the bilayer lipid membrane with cyan arrows. In the pH5.0 uncomplexed ZIKV control, the E protein layer is missing in the 2D class average. Bottom right inset in the pH5.0 uncomplexed ZIKV control is a median filtered (5 × 5 pixel) image that showed particles with hair-like protrusions (blue arrow), which are likely the E proteins flopping on the virus surface. Scale bar is 500 Å.

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