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2021-08-25| SpecialTechnology

Scientists Unveil Novel Protein That Delivers Molecular Medicines to Human Cells

by Manju Bhaskar
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Retroviruses and retroelements have inserted their genetic code into mammalian genomes throughout evolution. Although many of these integrated virus-like sequences pose a threat to genomic integrity, some have been retooled by mammalian cells to perform essential roles in development.

Researchers have developed a new system, called SEND to deliver molecular therapies to human cells.

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