Introduction to viral vectors.

@article{Warnock2011IntroductionTV,
  title={Introduction to viral vectors.},
  author={James N. Warnock and Claire Daigre and M. Al-Rubeai},
  journal={Methods in molecular biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={737},
  pages={
          1-25
        }
}
  • James N. Warnock, Claire Daigre, M. Al-Rubeai
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Methods in molecular biology
  • Viral vector is the most effective means of gene transfer to modify specific cell type or tissue and can be manipulated to express therapeutic genes. Several virus types are currently being investigated for use to deliver genes to cells to provide either transient or permanent transgene expression. These include adenoviruses (Ads), retroviruses (γ-retroviruses and lentiviruses), poxviruses, adeno-associated viruses, baculoviruses, and herpes simplex viruses. The choice of virus for routine… CONTINUE READING
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