Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, February 10th, 2000
"Measles virus (MV) induces a lethal cytopathic effect in infected cells, causing large multinucleated syncytia," wrote Anthea L. Murphy and colleagues from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. "The ability to restrict this property to particular subsets of cells may provide an efficient means to specifically destroy deleterious cells."
Murphy et al. presented data from their research at the 7th Meeting of the European Society of Gene Therapy, held November 26-28, 1999, in Munich, Germany. The title of their presentation was...
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