Discussion in 'XMRV Research and Replication Studies' started by Jemal, Jan 19, 2012.
This is new I think.
Rnase H is very interesting, indeed. In that context you might want to read about the oligonucleotide of Prof.Dr. Karin Moelling. She discovered Rnase H, and developed a oligonucleotide which activates the Rnase H. This way HIV thinks it needs to transcribe it's RNA to DNA. With this, HIV destroys it's own blue-print, or commits suicide.
I find the work of Prof. Dr. Karin Moelling very interesting, it's a shame she doesn't get any funding for the development of this oligonucleotide to make it into clinical trials.
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