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I could not hear the reasons Dr.Silverstein gave for ' Why does DNA enter the nucleus' ? It's interesting that viruses help us understand the process the molecular biology better.
Viral DNAs enter the nucleus because they must be replicated by hostenzymes, or utilize host proteins involved in DNA replication. MostDNA viruses must undergo this step as they do not encode DNAreplication machinery. Exceptions are poxviruses and mimiviruses whichapparently encode their own DNA replication system and replicate inthe cytoplasm of the cell.
i m bioinformatitian .i want to know how potent are the vaccines designed by bioinformatics approach,i.e. epitope prediction etc
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