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Genes on sugar

Developing bio-based carrier systems for gene transfer

Prof. Dr. Dagmar Fischer, Prof. Dr. Thomas Heinze

The targeted transport of DNA and RNA using vectors (mostly made from synthetic polymers) in cell cultures has become part of routine practice in biological R&D – a fact highlighted by the multitude of commercial kits now available. To date, however, obstacles relating to use in patients have beset many laboratory studies and – in particular – the transfer to clinical practice.

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