Cleavage of intracellular hepatitis C RNA in the virus core protein coding region by deoxyribozymes.

Abstract

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection represents an important global health problem. Current antiviral therapeutics for HCV have proven inadequate in stemming the disease process. A novel therapeutic strategy involves the use of deoxyribozymes, also known as DNA enzymes or DNAzymes. These catalytic DNA molecules, designed to target and cleave specific RNA… (More)

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