Fernando L. de Lucca

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It is well established that exogenous RNA is incorporated into eukaryotic cells and is able to exert various biological responses. Little, however, is known about the effects of such RNA on(More)
It is known that exogenous RNA molecules can be taken up by eukaryotic cells and can exert a variety of biological effects both in vitro and in vivo. The modulation of human lymphocytes by exogenous(More)
Exogenous RNA molecules can be incorporated into eukaryotic cells and can exert a variety of biological effects. We have previously showed that exogenous RNAs obtained from lymphoid organs of animals(More)
The RNA-dependent protein kinase (PKR) is a serine/threonine kinase that is involved in the regulation of important cell processes such as apoptosis, signal transduction, cell proliferation and(More)
Previous results with p9-RNA, obtained from lymph nodes of animals immunized with the peptide p9 of HIV-1, suggested that its effects on lymphocytes could be mediated by RNA-dependent protein kinase(More)
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