Synthetic DNA Delivery Systems (Biotechnology Intelligence Unit)

by Dan Luo, W. Mark Saltzman. Dan Luo, W. Mark Saltzman.
 
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Synthetic DNA Delivery Systems (Biotechnology Intelligence Unit)
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Dan Luo, W. Mark Saltzman.
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Dan Luo, W. Mark Saltzman.
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Springer
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2003
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1 edition
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150
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English
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0306477017
9780306477010
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July 21st, 2011
Abstract

DNA delivery into cells is a rapidly developing area in gene therapy and biotechnology. Moreover, it is a powerful research tool to determine gene structure, regulation, and function.Viral methods of DNA delivery are well-characterized and efficient, but little is known about the toxicity and immunogenecity of viral vectors. As a result, non-viral, transfection methods of DNA delivery are of increasing interest. Synthetic DNA Delivery Systems is a comprehensive and current resource on DNA transfection. The use of histidine-rich peptides and polypeptides as DNA delivery systems and self-assembled delivery systems based on cationic lipids and polymers are discussed. Targeted delivery to organelles, tumor cells and dendritic cells comprise an important topic.


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