New Insight into Hepatitis C Virus Cofactor MiRNA-122
Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have gained new insights into why the hepatitis C virus needs the microRNA miR-122 as a partner in crime – and in doing so, have described a new general mechanism by which miRNAs can act on their targets to affect gene expression.
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