Medical Definition of Reverse transcriptase

Reviewed on 3/29/2021

Reverse transcriptase: An enzyme that permits DNA to be made, using RNA as the template. A retrovirus, such as the HIV virus, can propagate itself by converting its RNA into DNA with reverse transcriptase.

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