Viral genome cleavage with artificial ribonucleases: A new method to inactivate RNA-containing viruses

Abstract

221 RNA-containing viruses cause many serious diseases of domestic and wild animals and are among the most dangerous for humans. The highly pathogenic RNA-containing viruses, such as the avian influenza virus [1], tick-borne encephalitis [2], Dengue virus [3], coronavirus (SARS) [4], etc., pose constant threats to population health and determine the urgency of development of new tools and methods for their inactivation.

DOI: 10.1134/S1607672909040140

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@article{Goncharova2009ViralGC, title={Viral genome cleavage with artificial ribonucleases: A new method to inactivate RNA-containing viruses}, author={Elena P. Goncharova and Mikhail P Kovpak and Elena I Ryabchikova and Dmitriy Konevets and V. N. Sil’nikov and Marina A. Zenkova and Valentin Viktorovich Vlasov}, journal={Doklady Biochemistry and Biophysics}, year={2009}, volume={427}, pages={221-224} }