Inactivation

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Inactivation may refer to:

  • Inactivated vaccine, a vaccine that consists of viruses which are grown in culture and then killed
  • RNA interference, also called RNA inactivation, a system that regulates the activity of genes
  • X-inactivation, also called lyonization, a process by which one of the two copies of the x chromosome present in female mammals is inactivated