Published in Biotech Business Week, January 26th, 2004
According to recent research published in the Journal of Immunological Methods, "it has been difficult to assess the role of specific genes in activation and differentiation of peripheral T cell subsets such as naive, effector and memory T cells due to the impairments in T cell development and immune pathologies often observed in genetically manipulated mouse models, and the lack of reliable methods for introducing genes into primary mouse T cells."
"In this study, we demonstrate transient transfection of genes into resting and activated mouse CD4 T cell subsets using ''nucleofection'', a...
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