New Issue ::: Current Gene Therapy Vol. 15 issue 5

Current Gene Therapy is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed journal aimed at academic and industrial scientists with an interest in major topics concerning basic research and clinical applications of gene and cell therapy of genetic diseases. Cell therapy manuscripts can also include application in non-genetic diseases when cells have been genetically modified. Current Gene Therapy publishes reviews and original research on the latest developments in gene transfer and gene expression analysis, vector development, cellular genetic engineering, animal models and human clinical applications of gene and cell therapy for the treatment of genetic diseases.

Articles from the journal in Current Gene Therapy, 15 issue 5

  • Article: CFTR Inactivation by Lentiviral Vector-mediated RNA Interference and CRISPR-Cas9 Genome Editing in Human Airway Epithelial Cells

  • Article: Molecular Imaging to Monitor Repair of Myocardial Infarction Using Genetically Engineered Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells

  •  Article: Folate-conjugated Chitosan-poly(ethylenimine) Copolymer As An Efficient and Safe Vector For Gene Delivery in Cancer Cells

  •  Article: Biodistribution of LV-TSTA Transduced Rat Bone Marrow Cells Used for “Ex-vivo” Regional Gene Therapy for Bone Repair

  •  Article: Bifunctional siRNA Containing Immunostimulatory Motif Enhances Protection Against Pandemic H1N1 Virus Infection

  •  Article: Therapy for Dominant Inherited Diseases by Allele-Specific RNA Interference: Successes and Pitfalls

  •  Article: Current Genome Editing Tools in Gene Therapy: New Approaches to Treat Cancer

 

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