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||P.616 left column 2nd paragraph: "The characteristic tectiviral virion consists of an icosahedral protein capsid, which covers a protein-rich membrane vesicle. The latter encloses a linear dsDNA genome of ∼15 kb (primary source). The genome possesses inverted terminal repeats and covalently attached terminal proteins that prime the genome replication carried out by the virus-encoded type B DNA polymerase. Tectiviruses can be divided into two groups: those infecting Gram-negative bacteria (exemplified by PRD1) and those of Gram-positive hosts (exemplified by Bam35)."