Susan Hasty, Publisher
Table of Contents . . . February 17th, 1997Non-Subscriber - Summaries Only
Ribozyme Therapy - Hammerhead Ribozymes Exhibit Potential Gene Therapy Uses
Cancer Gene Therapy - FDA Clearance Received To Commence Phase I IL-2 Cancer Trial
Cancer Gene Therapy - Targeting of Melanoma Cells Possible with Recombinant Adenoviruses
Antisense Technology - Tumorigenesis Inhibited by Cytosine-DNA MeTase Antisense Therapy
Brain Cancer - Identification of Cancer Gene Announced
Breast Cancer - Contract Received Helps Develop Prototype Cancer Program
Breast Cancer - Cooperative Research Efforts Announced To Develop Vaccine
Corrective Gene Therapy - Murine Model Suggests Gene Therapy Approach for X-Linked Agammaglobulinemia
Cystic Fibrosis - Phase II tgAAV-CFTR Clinical Trials Begin for CF
Glaucoma - Juvenile Open Angle Glaucoma Gene Located
Industry News (Patents and Technology) - Vyrex Receives CD-Tagging Technology Patent
Spinal Cord Injury - Researchers Find Gene That Helps Grow Nerves
Vector Development - E1 and E4 Deletions Improve Adenovirus Vectors for Gene Delivery
Vector Development - Hybrid Vector Is a Simple and Effective Gene Transfer Vehicle
Antisense Therapy (HIV) - "Better Protection Against HIV Infection by Dual Function Retroviral Vectors."
Hematopoietic Gene Therapy (Cancer) - "Genetic Modification of Cells Used for Transplant Following Intensive Therapy for Ovarian Cancer and Breast Cancer."
Hematopoietic Gene Therapy (HIV) - "Suitability of Bone Marrow from HIV-1 Infected Donors for Retroviral-Mediated Gene Transfer."
Suicide Gene Therapy - "Bone Marrow Purging of Residual Breast Cancer by Adenoviral Transfer of the HSVtk Gene."
Cancer Gene Therapy - "Cytokine-Based Immunotherapy of Solid Tumors (Review)."
Cancer Gene Therapy - "Gene Therapy and Ovarian Cancer: A Review."
Chronic Granulomatous Disease - "Retroviral-Mediated Gene Transfer of gp91(phox) into Bone Marrow Cells Rescues Defect in Host Defense Against Aspergillus fumigatus in Murine X-Linked Chronic Granulomatous Disea
Immunology - "A New Class of Antigen-Specific Killer Cells."
Vector Development - "Adenovirus Dodecahedron, A New Vector for Human Gene Transfer."
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