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in situ fluorescence microscopy of bacteriophage aggregates.virus aggregation is analyzed because of its potential use for both classifying viruses and understanding virus ecology and evolution. virus aggregation is, however, problematic because aggregation causes loss of virions during processing for microscopy of any type. thus, here we detect virus aggregation by fluorescence microscopy of wet-mounted dissections of dilute gel-supported plaques (in situ fluorescence microscopy) of a test virus, the long-tail aggregating bacillus thuringiensis bacterio ...200718045325
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