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Influenza endonuclease enzyme molecule

Influenza endonuclease enzyme molecule

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Influenza endonuclease enzyme. Molecular model of the PA protein from the influenza virus. This endonuclease enzyme is essential for viral replication. It cuts short sequences of host mRNA (messenger ribonucleic acid) for use as caps on viral mRNA. These caps are necessary for the host cell machinery to recognise and translate the mRNA. This enzyme is a potential drug target.

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