Virus genome length, capsid size, triangulation number and number of subunits

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Organism Virus
Reference Brandes N, Linial M. Gene overlapping and size constraints in the viral world. Biol Direct. 2016 May 21 11: 26. doi: 10.1186/s13062-016-0128-3. p.7 Figure 5BPubMed ID27209091
Comments P.7 caption to figure 5B: "An arbitrary sample of 10 families presented in (a), demonstrating the proportions of their capsid and genome sizes, from which the volume usage is derived. A single genus was chosen to represent each family, illustrating its capsid (with surface images from VIPERdb) and genome size (showing a bar proportional to its length that also displays the number of strands, and using the color of the relevant viral group). The radii of the capsid images are proportional to their outer radius (although it's the inner radius that determines the volume usage both are written). Additional structural details (number of capsid subunits and T number) are also shown. The representative genus of each family was chosen by uniform rule - the one with the largest inner radius. This rule also applied for the displayed VIPERdb record."
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