Subject: Restiction enzymes in humans
Date: Sun May 18 23:42:02 2003
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Area of science: Molecular Biology
Is it possible that someone could formulate or transfer restriction enzymes so
that they could be used in humans? For example if bacteria can cut the DNA in
bacteriophages would it not be possible for humans to do the same for regular
viruses? Thank you
Re: Restiction enzymes in humans
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