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Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[edited by] Roland Herzog.|
|Contributions||Herzog, Roland, Ph. D.|
|LC Classifications||RB155.8 .I46 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008040291|
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Gene Therapy Immunology is the first book of its kind to summarize and present a broad review of the latest immunological advances in the field of genetic therapy. The book's unique organization, which approaches the topic from a vector and target organ point of view, rather than from a disease-specific perspective, reflects the ways in which Author: Roland W.
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Summarises and reviews the important field of genetic therapy with respect to the latest immunological advances in the lab and clinic Unique treatment of immunology and immunotherapy in gene - approached from a vector and target organ point of view rather than from the perspective a specific diseases Broad appeal - applicable for immunology and genetics / gene therapy, recombinant DNA.
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66, No. 4, December INTRODUCTION: GENE THERAPY FOR NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS. The natural lifecycle of all viruses consists of 1) infecting target host cells, 2) transferring their own genetic material into the host cells, 3) commandeering the host's cellular machinery to express viral proteins, 4) virion assembly, and finally 5) release of new viral particles to continue the cycle.
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The clinical chapters are improved to include new areas of research and more successful trials. Chapters emphasize the scientific basis of gene. Genetic Diseases, Immunology, Viruses, and Gene Therapy. James M. Wilson,, Our studies of ex vivo gene therapy in the FH rabbit model looked promising and formed the basis for the first liver gene therapy experiment in humans (Chowdhury et al., ).Cited by: 5.
Gene Therapy: Role in Immunological disorders. In its broadest sense, gene therapy is the transfer of a gene, or genes to patients, for therapeutic purposes by using vectors as agents of gene transfer and gene expression.
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Site specific integration of AAV doesn't activate the possible oncogenes and the inserted gene can be maintained for a relatively long-term in host cell genome and stably expressed in vivo [55,71,]. Bulk and single-cell gene expression profiling of SARS-CoV-2 infected human cell lines identify molecular targets for therapeutic intervention Cross-talk between the airway epithelium and activated immune cells defines severity in COVID Contributions, divided into three sections, discuss basic mechanisms, immunopathogenesis of HIV infection, and immune-based therapies.
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