Posted in the H1N1 Influenza / Swine Flu Forum
#1 Mar 16, 2012
When bacteria are infected by bacteriophages, they react by producing restriction enzymes that can cut the very DNA or RNA from those viruses; what if modified bacteriophages inject fragments from the H1N1 inside bacteria, would they in turn produce another restriction enzyme against the H1N1 virus? If so, can we expect a new class of anti-flu to be developed?
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