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adenoviral vector


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adenoviral vector

Improved adenoviral vectors: cautious optimism for gene therapy.

Targeting adenoviral vectors for enhanced gene therapy of uterine leiomyomas

Immunology of Gene Therapy with Adenoviral Vectors in Mouse Skeletal Muscle

Helper-dependent adenoviral vectors for liver-directed gene therapy

Differential integrity of TALE nuclease genes following adenoviral and lentiviral vector gene transfer into human cells

Porcine Toxicology Studies of SCH 58500, an Adenoviral Vector for the p53 Gene

Rodent Nonclinical Safety Evaluation Studies of SCH 58500, an Adenoviral Vector for the p53 Gene

Conditions of vector delivery improve efficiency of adenoviral-mediated gene transfer to the transplanted heart

Optimization of adenoviral vector-mediated transgene expression in the canine brain in vivo, and in canine glioma cells in vitro

High-level expression by tissue/cancer-specific promoter with strict specificity using a single-adenoviral vector

Expression of exogenous protein and analysis of morphogenesis in the developing chicken heart using an adenoviral vector

Targeting the antigen encoded by adenoviral vectors to the DEC205 receptor modulates the cellular and humoral immune response

In Vitro and In Vivo Effects of the Overexpression of Osteopontin on Osteoblast Differentiation Using a Recombinant Adenoviral Vector

A lentiviral vector encoding two fluorescent proteins enables imaging of adenoviral infection via adenovirus-encoded miRNAs in single living cells

Selection-free gene repair after adenoviral vector transduction of designer nucleases: rescue of dystrophin synthesis in DMD muscle cell populations

 

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A vector used for gene transfer based upon a replication-defective adenovirus with a deletion in the E1 region (early genes). Plasmids containing the defective adenovirus genome with the gene to be expressed integrated are introduced into cells that are constitutively expressing the E1A genes. Adenoviral vectors have been used for gene therapy but have caused problems.

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