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Spikes that protrude from the envelopes of certain viruses. For example, the rabies virus (q.v.) has about 400 peplomers dispersed evenly over its surface, except for its planar end. Each spike consists of a trimer of virus-encoded glycoproteins. See enveloped viruses, virus.

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