The Modern Legacy of Ancient Viruses

The Modern Legacy of Ancient Viruses
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The Modern Legacy of Ancient Viruses

The Modern Legacy of Ancient Viruses
May 2011 in Seattle, WA

Dr. Harmit Malik from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center discusses how prehistoric germs have not only shaped our immune system, but also contributed to the repertoire of human genes.

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