Improvements to Gene Therapy Clinical Trial Design Benefit Hemophilia Patients
Gene Therapy Allows Hemophilia Patients to Give Up Medication, Avoid Bleeds; but More Improvements Are Needed
Turning Cell Signaling against Cancer
Researchers Use Single-Molecule Assays, Splice-Switching Oligonucleotides, and Fusion Constructs
3D-Bioprinting Conference Showcases Versatility
Printing Living, Biological Material Is Getting Closer to Reality
Novel Viral Vectors for Gene Therapy
Synthetic Viral Vectors Show Promise for Mitigating Immune Response to Gene Therapy
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GEN Roundup on Cell-Line Authentication
- “The history of cell-line misidentification goes back to more than 50 years ago when the first human cell line, HeLa, was established,” wrote Yvonne Reid and Joe Mintzer in an article entitled “The Current State of Cell Contamination and Authentication—and What It Means for Biobanks” (Biopreservation and Biobanking, Vol. ...
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