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#12991 : Role of RNA primary and secondary structure in non-homologous recombination
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Name of Applicant : Bjoern Meyer
Date of application : 22-02-2019
Unit : Viral Populations and Pathogenesis
Location : 26-5-9b
Phone : 0144389148
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Enteroviruses are known to recombine a lot during the replication cycle. A lot of viruses produce defective genomes, which are generated by the polymerase skipping several nucleotides and thus, forming internal deletions of the genome. We would like to look at this process more closely and come up with a model, which includes the role of the RNA virus genome itself, including its structure.

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