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The History and Promise of Gene Therapy
A Scientist's View from the Front Lines of Basic and Applied Clinical Research
- The potential of treating or preventing disease by modifying the expression of one’s genes has captured the imagination of the scientific community ever since the discovery of DNA. This therapeutic concept, called gene therapy, emerged as a very literal clinical application of modern day molecular biology. While the ...
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