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Trying to Halt Hepatitis C’s Molecular Hijacking, University of Colorado Study



1/2/2013 7:45:19 AM

Researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine have figured out intimate details of how the hepatitis C virus takes over an invaded cell, a breakthrough that could point to way for new treatments for the virus. Hep C hijacks the machinery by which a cell makes proteins and uses it instead to create proteins for the virus. Over the last two decades, researchers have figured out that Hep C uses an RNA molecule to do this. Now they’re trying to fill in the details.

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