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Biological applications of hammerhead ribozymes as anti-viral molecules
Current Medicinal Chemistry (2001)
  • Brooke Lustig, San Jose State University
  • K.-T. Jeang, San Jose State University
Ribozymes are catalytic RNAs that can cleave substrate RNAs in a sequence specific manner. Here we survey, in brief, the structure of hammerhead and hairpin ribozymes and discuss their applications as molecular antiviral molecules for HIV-1.
  • hammerhead ribozymes,
  • anti-viral molecules
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Brooke Lustig and K.-T. Jeang. "Biological applications of hammerhead ribozymes as anti-viral molecules" Current Medicinal Chemistry Vol. 8 (2001)
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