Retrovirus

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Last Updated: 04 May 2022
anti-chmp5 single chain variable fragment antibody retrovirus infection induces programmed cell death of aml leukemic cells in vitro. "anti-chmp5 single chain variable fragment antibody retrovirus infection induces programmed cell death of aml leukemic cells in vitro.", by Wang HR, Xiao ZY, Chen M, Wang FL, Liu J, Zhong H, Zhong JH, Ou-Yang RR, Shen YL, Pan SM. fig5: Changes in CHMP5 gene and protein expression after scFv retrovirus infection. (A) We did not observe gene expression changes. (B) We found that the protein expression was not changed after scFv retrovirus infection....

A retrovirus is a virus that uses RNA as its genomic material. Upon infection with a retrovirus, a cell transforms the retroviral RNA into DNA, which in turn is put into the DNA of the host cell. The cell after that creates more retroviruses, which contaminate other cells. Scientists have found that retroviruses might be nearly half a billion years old.

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