Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, October 30th, 1995
Over the past decade, liposome promoted vectorization of DNA into various types of cells has received an increasing amount of attention. Liposomal vectorization is a safer technique for incorporating genes into a cell nucleus as it is non-viral.
Gwenaelle Le Bolc'h et al. have developed a process to create cationic phosphonolipids as efficient non-viral vectors ("Cationic Phosphonolipids as Non-Viral Vectors for DNA Transfection," Tetrahedron Letters, September 11, 1995;36(37):6681-84).
"The preliminary results indicate that among...
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