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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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Sung T-L, Rice AR miR-198 inhibits HIV-1 gene expression and replication in monocytes and its mechanism of action appears to involve repression of cyclin Tl.
The recently published paper (accessible by clicking here) appears in the January 14, 2011 PLoS One Journal, an international, peer-reviewed publication produced by the Public Library of Science, and presents an analysis of HIV-1 gene sequences from heavily treatment-experienced HIV-infected volunteers treated with KP-1461 for a 4-month period.
Takara Bio has been developing a novel retroviral technology for HIV-1 gene therapy, in which MazF, an endoribonuclease from Escherichia coli, confers resistance to a broad-spectrum of HIV-1 strains on CD4+ T cells.