Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, May 29th, 2003
According to recent research from Canada, "recent work has shown that plasmid DNA can be efficiently encapsulated in well-defined 'stabilized plasmid-lipid particles' (SPLP) that have potential as systemic gene therapy vehicles [Gene Ther, 1999;6:271]. In this work, we examine the influence of ligands that enhance cellular uptake on the transfection potency of SPLP."
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