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Oct 15, 2005 (Vol. 25, No. 18)

Welcome to the NIH Genetic Modification Clinical Research Information System

URL:www4.od.nih.gov/oba/RAC/GeMCRIS/GeMCRIS.htm
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Interested in learning more about human gene transfer trials? What an amazing coincidence! These pages offer the same. OK, enough silliness. The NIH Genetic Modification Clinical Research Information System (GeMCRIS) provides a considerable amount of information on this subject, including general info, such as researcher and institution names, diseases/health situations being investigated, genes and delivery methods, and scientific as well as nonscientific summaries of the research. This is a geeky site, for sure. A boatload of information is available, but unless you are a researcher, there is little you will find of interest here.
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