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Researchers report major advance in gene therapy technique

The research has exciting near-term implications for muscle and blood vessel disorders in particular.

Duchennes muscular dystrophy, for example, is a genetic disease characterized by a lack of muscle-maintaining protein called dystrophin. Inserting genes that produce dystrophin into muscle cells could override the defect, scientists theorize, ensuring that the muscles with the normal gene......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 06/03/04


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