Published in Health and Medicine Week, September 19th, 2005
According to a study from China, "Differentially expressed genes between normal SPC-A1 cells and SPC-A1 cells infected by RSV were investigated using differential display. The novel zlg10 gene codes for a novel protein, ZLG10, which has previously been reported to be up-regulated in RSV-infected SPC-A1 cells. Its putative open reading frame was also identified. To better understand the structure, function, and possible role of ZLG10 as a potential candidate for diagnosis and vaccine studies, the intact region encoding ZLG10 was obtained by PCR and...
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