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Flaviviridae


Flavivirus
Pestivirus
Hepacivirus The Flaviviridae are a family of viruses that infect mammals. They include the following genera:

The genome of the Flaviviridae viruses is a monopartite, linear, single-stranded RNA of positive sense that is 10,000-11,000 nucleotides long. The 5'-terminus carries a methylated nucleotide cap or a genome-linked protein. The virus itself is enveloped and spherical, about 40-60 nm in diameter.


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