Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, February 21st, 2002
In electroporation, electric pulses are locally applied to targeted tissues, forcing cells within those tissues to open for a moment. Scientists at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, and the University of South Alabama in Mobile say electroporation allows for better gene transfer in corneas treated with gene therapies incorporating plasmid vectors and does not produce as much inflammation as seen with other gene transfer methods.
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