Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, November 18th, 1996
The technique might one day be used to treat genetic diseases that afflict millions worldwide, according to Dieter Gruenert, Ph.D., UCSF. Gruenert and colleagues described their approach for correcting genetic defects in the October 1996 issue of Gene Therapy.
The UCSF laboratory team invented the technique, called "small fragment homologous replacement," to stimulate the repair of cultured lung cells harboring the most common...
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