Published in Cancer Weekly, September 5th, 2006
"Insect baculoviruses are capable of infecting mammalian glial cells in the central nervous system. We investigated in the current study the feasibility of using the viruses as toxin gene vectors to eliminate malignant glioma cells in the brain," wrote C.Y. Wang and colleagues, National University of Singapore.
"We first confirmed that glioma cells were permissive to baculovirus...
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