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R

abbreviation for rex or regina, ‘king’ or ‘queen’. The initial letter is used in proceedings, especially English criminal proceedings, to indicate that the Crown is the plaintiff or, more usually, prosecutor: R v. Haddock In Scotland, prosecutions run in the name of Her (or His) Majesty's Advocate, hence cases are cited HMAv. McFable.
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Native HIV-1 DNA sequences coding for protease, transcriptase, and the 3'-terminus of gag are combined with other HIV-1 genes derived from unique laboratory constructs.
The DNA and MVA vaccines contain sufficient HIV-1 genes to support the production of noninfectious virus-like particles in vaccinated people, which display forms of proteins that appear authentic to the immune system.