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he leg muscles in healthy animals, with minimal side effects. We detected gene expression in all leg muscle groups, and the DNA stayed in muscle cells indefinitely, notes Wolff.

In addition, the scientists were able to perform multiple injections without damaging the veins. The ability to do repeated injections has important implications for muscle diseases since to cure them, a high perc......

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


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