peplomer


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peplomer

 [pep´lo-mer]
a subunit of a peplos.

pep·lo·mer

(pep'lō-mĕr),
A part or knoblike subunit of the peplos of a virion, the assemblage of which produces the complete peplos; frequently a surface glycoprotein on lipoprotein envelope.
[see peplos]

pep·lo·mer

(pep'lō-mĕr)
A part or subunit of the peplos of a virion, the assemblage of which produces the complete peplos, produced from the peplos by detergent treatment.
See also: peplos
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Large peplomers or spike glycoproteins (S) are the viral attachment proteins that protrude from the virion and give it the appearance of a corona.