Delphine Briot-Nivard

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On the basis of previous studies suggesting that vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) could protect motor neurons from degeneration, adeno-associated virus vectors (serotypes 1 and 9) encoding VEGF (AAV.vegf) were administered in a limb-expression 1 (LIX1)-deficient cat-a large animal model of lower motor neuron disease-using three different delivery(More)
Systemic delivery of recombinant adeno-associated virus (rAAV) vectors has recently been shown to cross the blood brain barrier in rodents and large animals and to efficiently target cells of the central nervous system. Such approach could be particularly interesting to treat lysosomal storage diseases or neurodegenerative disorders characterized by(More)
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