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Besides viruses, materials such as block copolymers and colloidal crystals can be employed for construction of 3D ordered nanostructures; however, these materials can offer only a limited number of architectures. On the other hand, viruses can provide a broad range of porous and highly organized architectures and symmetries. To illustrate this point, large nanoscopic cavities and channels, occupying ∼50% of the total volume of the body centered cubic crystals of cowpea mosaic virus (CPMV), were utilized for the production of uniquely regular nanocomposites of palladium and platinum.