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RNA INTERFERENCE

Interfering RNA (RNAi) - stage 1. Penetration of a virus (orange) in a human cell-host (blue) to replicate. The interfering RNA is a mean for the cell to destroy the RNA parasites (viruses RNA, transposons). A proteic complex, associated to a fragment of RNA, slinks to the molecule of the virus RNA or transposon. The latter is then cut by the endonuclease activity of RISC (cleavage) then destroyed. The cell then eliminates all foreign RNA. RNA interference is currently under study to turn off individual gene expression (silencing) in the framework of the development of new therapies. See. images 1072907, 1073007, 1073107, 1073207, 1073307 and 1073407 for the detailed explanation of the RNA interference.

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