Genetic Warfare: How We Change Viruses & How They Change Us

Genetic Warfare
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Genetic Warfare

Genetic Warfare: How We Change Viruses & How They Change Us
January 2013 in Seattle

Viruses and animals have been engaged in an evolutionary arms race for millions of years, evolving and counter-evolving in an attempt to get a leg up. At the January Queen Anne Science Cafe, join the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center's Greg Brennan, D.V.M., Ph.D., to discover how this conflict has led to changes in existing genes, outright theft of other genes, and even some cooperation between viruses and their hosts.

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