Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, March 30th, 2006
"siRNAs have been developed as antiviral agents for mammalian cells. The capacity of specific siRNAs to prevent virus infections has been demonstrated, and there is evidence that these new antiviral agents could have a partial therapeutic effect a few days after infection."
"We investigated the possibility of curing a persistent infection, several months after becoming established, using an in vitro model of persistent...
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