Subject: Could gene therapy activate evolutionarily suppressed viruses?
Date: Mon Nov 8 02:25:19 1999
Posted by Adam Nagy
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Berze-Nagy Janos Gymnasium
City: Gyongyos State/Province: HE
Area of science: Molecular Biology
Inactive partial virus genomes are found throughout the human chromosomes
including the quiet introns. Could gene therapy activate such viruses by
introducing active genes into previously inactive regions or upstream of
suppressed virus genomes?
Re: Could gene therapy activate evolutionarily suppressed viruses?
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