Reverse transcriptase is an enzyme used by viruses to create complementary DNA from RNA. It is most commonly associated with the retroviruses, but other viruses, such as hepatitis B use it as well. Most drugs used to treat retroviruses, including HIV, block the action of reverse transcriptase.

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