2011 FEB 24 -- New investigation results, 'Lentiviral transfer of an inducible transgene expressing a soluble form of Gas1 causes glioma cell arrest, apoptosis and inhibits tumor growth,' are detailed in a study published in Cancer Gene Therapy. According to recent research from Mexico, "Gliomas are the most frequent primary tumors of the central nervous system, and their clinical prognosis remains very poor. Because of the characteristics of gliomas, gene therapy appears as a potentially relevant strategy for their treatment."
"However, the inability of viral vectors to transfer the therapeutic genes to a significantly high number of tumor cells,...
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