TRE - Biology and Medicine

Biology and Medicine

  • Tre recombinase, an experimental cure for HIV
  • Thyroid hormone response element (see Hormone response element)
  • Tetracycline response element, a DNA sequence important in tetracycline-controlled transcriptional activation

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