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Is RNA interference involved in intrinsic antiviral immunity in mammals?

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RNA silencing: a conserved antiviral immunity of plants and animals.

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Fine-tuning of the innate immune response by microRNAs.

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RNA interference: a multifaceted innate antiviral defense.

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RNA silencing: no mercy for viruses?

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RNA silencing in the antiviral innate immune defence--role of DEAD-box RNA helicases.

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Increased virus replication in mammalian cells by blocking intracellular innate defense responses.

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RNAi and RNA-based regulation of immune system function.

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Cytoplasmic nucleic acid sensors in antiviral immunity.

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Viral suppressors of RNA-based viral immunity: host targets.

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Principles of intracellular viral recognition.

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Intrinsic disorder in proteins involved in the innate antiviral immunity: another flexible side of a molecular arms race.

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