Published in AIDS Weekly, April 28th, 2003
"RNA polymerase III (pol III) provides an ideal means of expressing small RNAs in cells because its normal products are small, highly structured RNAs that are found in a variety of subcellular compartments," explained C.P. Paul and coauthors at the University of Michigan.
Paul and coworkers "designed cassettes that use human pol III promoters for the high-level expression of...
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