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  • Invaders in your DNA help fight infections
    University of Utah Health Sciences
    Invaders in your DNA help fight infections
  • Research from University of Utah geneticists, Cedric Feschotte, Ph.D., Edward Chuong, Ph.D., and Nels Elde, Ph.D., reveals that DNA remnants of viruses embedded into the genomes of our ancestors millions of years ago may help us fight viral infections today by controlling defense gene networks in the innate immune system.
    University of Utah Health Sciences
    Research from University of Utah geneticists, Cedric Feschotte, Ph.D., Edward Chuong, Ph.D., and Nels Elde, Ph.D., reveals that DNA remnants of viruses embedded into the genomes of our ancestors millions of years ago may help us fight viral infections today by controlling defense gene networks in the innate immune system.
  • Research from University of Utah geneticists, Cedric Feschotte, Ph.D., Edward Chuong, Ph.D., and Nels Elde, Ph.D., reveals that remnants of viruses embedded into the genomes of our ancestors millions of years ago may help us fight viral infections today.
    University of Utah Health Sciences
    Research from University of Utah geneticists, Cedric Feschotte, Ph.D., Edward Chuong, Ph.D., and Nels Elde, Ph.D., reveals that remnants of viruses embedded into the genomes of our ancestors millions of years ago may help us fight viral infections today.
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