Published in Cancer Weekly, December 27th, 1999
Nancy Smyth Templeton from the Baylor College of Medicine, Texas, USA, recently presented data on the progress being made in the use of extruded DOTAP:Cholesterol liposome mediated delivery of nucleic acids in various disease models. Her update was presented at the conference Gene Therapy: Delivering the Medicines of the 21st Century, held November 7-9, 1999, in Washington, DC, USA. The title of her report was "Nonviral Vectors for the Treatment of Disease."
"These liposomes condense nucleic acids on the interior of invaginated structures," wrote Templeton. "PCNA...
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