Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, December 4th, 2008
Their study, published in this week's early online edition of the Public Library of Science, PLoS Pathogens, describes a new biological function for sulfonation—a type of chemical modification—which ensures that viral genes can be expressed efficiently after HIV successfully integrated into the host genome.
"The early steps of HIV infection are highly dependent on cellular processes and represent a...
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