Tag Archives: Science

Solving the mystery of reverse transcription

It’s frustrating that nearly 50 years after their discovery, the steps from cytoplasmic entry until integration of the reverse transcribed genome are still mysterious. Continue reading

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Human Viruses and Cancer

To date, seven viruses have been consistently linked to different types of human cancer, and infections are estimated to account for up to 20% of all cancer cases worldwide. Continue reading

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Oncolytic viruses as anticancer vaccines

Oncolytic viruses are natural or genetically modified viral species that selectively infect and kill cancer cells. Continue reading

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Garlic for the common cold

Can garlic cure the common cold? Continue reading

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Small Is Beautiful

Small proteins can no longer be ignored. Continue reading

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Understanding the next Ebola virus rather than panicking about the current one

How emerging diseases emerge. Continue reading

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Let’s get things in perspective

Malaria kills thousands of times more people than Ebola virus each year. Continue reading

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How to stop the spread of Ebola [video]

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Cytomegalovirus

New state of the art therapies for cytomegalovirus. Continue reading

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