How would a scientist design an oncolytic virus?
A. Prevent it from replicating in normal tissues
B. Make it produce factors that weaken the immune response
C. Just use a wild-type (regular) version of the virus
D. Randomly mutate wild-type virus until it is more virulent
Select your answer:
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