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The proteins that make up the icosahedral-shaped capsid and tail structure are shown.
The T7 viruses are bacteriophages, which infect bacteria. T7 viruses are used extensively in modern molecular biology research by manipulating their genomes and proteins. Visually, most bacteriophages are easily distinguished from other types of viruses by their unique head-and-tail structure.