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Kyoto, Japan) and Superscript III (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA, USA) lacking RNase H activity, at 50[degrees]C for 1 h.
RNase H is essential for HIV replication, but because of the cumbersome nature of methods currently used to gauge the activity of this protein, researchers have been unable to develop agents that can inhibit its activity.
Once we have identified an effective HIV RNase H inhibitor, we will have opened a new door in terms of prevention and treatment options.