Uptake of amplifiable fragments of retrotransposon DNA from the human alimentary tract

@article{Forsman2003UptakeOA,
  title={Uptake of amplifiable fragments of retrotransposon DNA from the human alimentary tract},
  author={Arne Forsman and D. Ushameckis and Amarinder Bindra and Zhibing Yun and Jonas Blomberg},
  journal={Molecular Genetics and Genomics},
  year={2003},
  volume={270},
  pages={362-368}
}
Few attempts have been made to study the transfer of DNA from ingested food across the intestinal barrier. A low uptake of ingested DNA has been observed in mice, cattle and poultry. There have been no reports on humans so far. Maintenance of species barriers, protection against retrotransposons, optimisation of oral DNA vaccines and the fate of genetically modified foodstuffs are issues where this topic is of importance. We therefore used the high-copy-number rabbit retrotransposon RERV-H, and… CONTINUE READING
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