Recombinant DNA molecules and their use in producing human interferon-like polypeptides
Recombinant DNA molecules and hosts transformed with them which produce polypeptides displaying a biological or immunological activity of human interferon, the gene coding for these polypeptides and methods of making and using these molecules, hosts, genes and polypeptides. The recombinant DNA molecules are characterized by structural genes that code for a polypeptide displaying a biological or immulogical activity of human interferon. In appropriate hosts these molecules permit the production and identification of genes and polypeptides displaying a biological or immunological activity of human interferon and their use in antiviral and antitumor or anticancer agents.
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