RNAi Screen Uncovers Host Genes Needed for Flu Virus Replication | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers may be a step closer to finding new ways to combat influenza, after an RNA interference study in fruit fly cells uncovered more than a hundred host genes that are exploited by flu viruses during replication.

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