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Pages: 102
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Gene therapy – the introduction of genetic material into cells and tissues of interest for a therapeutic purpose – has emerged as a very promising treatment for many diseases. Recent advances in genomics and proteomics, coupled with the advent of genome editing technologies, have generated an immense pool of potential
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Language: en
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Authors: Curtis A. Machida
Categories: Medical
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Comprehensive and highly practical, Viral Vectors for Gene Therapy provides researchers with the basic tools needed to design targeted gene delivery vectors, and clinicians with an understanding of how to apply viral vectors to the treatment of genetic disorders. Offering detailed step-by-step instructions to ensure successful results, these experts detail
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Human gene therapy holds great promise for the cure of many genetic diseases. In order to achieve such a cure there are two requirements. First, the affected gene must be cloned, its se quence determined and its regulation adequately characterized. Second, a suitable vector for the delivery of a good
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