How Tiny Is a Virus?

Viruses are incredibly small. One of the smallest viruses known to science is the Porcine circovirus. The diameter of its viral capsid is just 17nm in diameter. For reference, the smallest living organism is Mycoplasma genitalium, a bacterium which is between 200 to 300 nm in size.

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