Overexpression of genes to suppress dsRNA innate immunity


BioViva scientist Ali Fallah et al have worked on the reprogramming potential of GCS (germline derived stem cells) the self-renewal capacity of which makes them a good source for research and clinical use, and shown that their innate immunity can be manipulated via overexpression of three key genes.


Source: NCBI Pub Med


Avi Roy

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