Measles virus particles Coloured transmission electron micrograph TEM of a virus that causes measles from the morbillivirus group of viruses Each particle is surrounded by a lipoprotein envelope grey acquired from the host cells cytoplasmic membrane as the virus buds off from the cell surface The envelope is studded with surface proteins and encloses the nucleocapsid a helical structure consisting of a singlestranded ribonucleic acid RNA core genetic material Measles is highly infectious and mainly affects children producing fever and rash One attack usually gives lifelong immunity Magnification x when printed centimetres high
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