Susan Hasty, Publisher
Table of Contents . . . September 6th, 1999Non-Subscriber - Summaries Only
Vector Development - Manipulation of Adenovirus Fiber Proteins Improves Targeting
Antisense Technology - Antisense Strategy May Treat Neurodegeneration
Cancer Gene Therapy - Animal Models Provide New Insights into Drug Resistance
Cancer Immunotherapy - CD154 Gene Transfer Inhibits Tumor Growth
Gene Transfer - HIV DNA Is Transferred by an HIV Receptor-Independent Mechanism
Influenza Vaccine - Tailor-Made Flu Viruses Now Possible
Breast Cancer (Metastases) - Genes Involved in Cancer Spread Discovered
Breast Cancer (Risk Factors) - Cancer Risk May Be Influenced by Gene
Drug Resistance - Researchers Discover Genetic Reason Why Some Patients Resist Therapy
Ethics (Stem Cell Research) - Stem Cell Research Too Important To Delay
Heart Disease (Risk Factors) - Genetic Shutdown May Link Estrogen, Heart Disease
Sleep Disorders (Etiology) - Researchers Discover Basis of Heritable Sleep Disorder
DNA Vaccines (TB) - "The Potential Use of HSP Proteins To Vaccinate Against Tuberculosis."
Sickle Cell Disease - "Triplex-Based Repair of the Sickle Cell Mutation."
Vector Development - "Comparative Study of Various Viral Vectors for Gene Expression in Neurons."
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