artificial DNA

Oncolytic DNA hairpin pairs (oHPs) are introduced to the cancer cell. When the oHPs encounter the tumor-causing overexpressed microRNA (miRNA), they unravel to connect with the miRNA and each other to form longer DNA strands. These elongated strands then trigger an immune response, the body’s built-in defense mechanism, which inhibits further tumor growth. CREDIT 2022 Akimitsu Okamoto
Killing cancer with artificial DNA
Oncolytic DNA hairpin pairs (oHPs) are introduced to the cancer cell. When the oHPs encounter