DNA-mediated gene transfer without carrier DNA

Abstract

DNA-mediated gene transfer is a procedure which uses purified DNA to introduce new genetic elements into cells in culture. The standard DNA-mediated gene transfer procedure involves the use of whole cell DNA as carrier DNA for the transfer. We have modified the standard DNA-mediated gene transfer procedure to transfer the Herpes simplex virus type 1… (More)

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