When noise makes music: HIV reactivation with transcriptional noise enhancers
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CitationTan, Xu, and Stephen J Elledge. 2014. “When noise makes music: HIV reactivation with transcriptional noise enhancers.” Genome Medicine 6 (7): 55. doi:10.1186/s13073-014-0055-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13073-014-0055-9.
AbstractReactivating latent HIV is key to depleting the virus reservoir in AIDS patients. A recent paper has described the rationale for and discovery of a new class of drugs - transcriptional noise enhancers - that can synergize with conventional transcription activators to more effectively reactivate latently infected T cells. As well as describing a promising new strategy in the bid to find a cure for AIDS, this study more broadly highlights the utility of exploring drug combinations in treatment of human disease.
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