In vitro and in vivo electric field-mediated permeabilization, gene transfer, and expression.

Abstract

Electropulsation is one of the non-viral methods successfully used to transfer genes into living cells in vitro as in vivo. This approach shows promise in the field of gene and cellular therapies. The present paper first describes the factors controlling electropermeabilization to small molecules (< 4 kDa) and then the processes supporting DNA transfer in… (More)

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@article{Golzio2004InVA, title={In vitro and in vivo electric field-mediated permeabilization, gene transfer, and expression.}, author={Muriel Golzio and M. P. Rols and Justin Teissie}, journal={Methods}, year={2004}, volume={33 2}, pages={126-35} }