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Gene Transfer by Electroporation

  • A. Keating
  • F. Toneguzzo
Conference paper
Part of the Experimental Hematology Today—1988 book series (HEMATOLOGY, volume 1988)

Abstract

The development of efficient means of gene transfer into hematopoietic progenitor cells has permitted investigators to analyze stem cell relationships [1] and has increased the feasibility of gene therapy protocols [2]. Recent studies suggest that electroporation (electric-field-mediated DNA transfer) may be a particularly attractive technique for the latter purpose.

Keywords

K562 Cell Long Terminal Repeat Rous Sarcoma Virus Human Hematopoietic Stem Cell Gene Therapy Protocol 
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  • F. Toneguzzo

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