Susan Hasty, Publisher
Table of Contents . . . September 13th, 1999Non-Subscriber - Summaries Only
Gene Delivery (Transgenes) - In utero Gene Delivery Successfully Accomplished in Sheep
Allergy Immunotherapy - Oligodeoxynucleotides Show Promise as Adjuvants
Antisense Therapy (Neurology) - NGF Antisense Oligodeoxynucleotide Is Neuroprotective
Cancer Gene Therapy - Fusion Proteins Can Have Immunomodulating Effect
Cancer Gene Therapy - Tumor Suppressor p16(INK4a) a Gene Therapy Candidate
Cancer Gene Therapy - tPA Gene Transfer Useful against Hepatic Metastasis
Vector Development - HIV Vectors Can Be Maintained without gag and env
Sickle Cell Disease - Chronic SAD/SCD Shows Ineffective Erythropoiesis
AIDS Therapies - HIV Fragment May Be Used To Deliver Therapeutic Proteins to Cells
Diagnostics (Genetic Mutation) - Chemists Develop Better Gene Mutation Detection Method
Drug Development (Protein Therapy) - Researchers Pave Way to Protein Therapy in Humans
Drug Development (Protein Therapy) - Researchers Test Drug from 'Transgenic Sheep'
Gene Transfer (Lipoplexes) - Nonviral Vector DNA Transport to Nucleus
Genetic Repair - Human Genetic Repair a Step Closer
Lupus (Prevention) - Four Genes Found that Could Prevent Lupus
Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma - Gene May Be Linked to AIDS-Related Lymphomas
Proteomics - Scientists Find Key Piece in Gene Regulation Puzzle
Testing (HIV) - Study Looks at Discordant HIV-1 Antibody Testing Results
Transfusion Medicine - Method Developed To Isolate Blood Stem Cells
Type 2 Diabetes - First Gene Defect Identified for Precursor to Adult Disease
DNA Vaccines (Arthritis) - "Can DNA Immunization Against CD28 or CTLA-4 Prevent Rheumatic Disease in Rodent Models?"
Arthritis Gene Therapy - "Non-Viral Cellular Gene Therapy with Autologous Cells in Collagen Arthritis."
DNA Vaccines (Periodontitis) - "Construction of a DNA Vaccine Based on the fomA Gene from Fusobacterium nucleatum ATCC 10953."
Hammerhead Ribozymes - "Generation and Application of Asymmetric Hammerhead Ribozymes."
Reporter Gene Technology - "Reporter Gene Technology: The Future Looks Bright."
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