Polarized secretion of transgene products from salivary glands in vivo.

Abstract

Previously (Kagami et al. Hum. Gene Ther. 1996;7:2177-2184) we have shown that salivary glands are able to secrete a transgene-encoded protein into serum as well as saliva. This result and other published data suggest that salivary glands may be a useful target site for vectors encoding therapeutic proteins for systemic delivery. The aim of the present… (More)

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@article{Baum1999PolarizedSO, title={Polarized secretion of transgene products from salivary glands in vivo.}, author={B. J. Baum and Mert E. Berkman and Yitzhak Marmary and Corinne M. Goldsmith and Lorena Baccaglini and Songlin Wang and R. B. Wellner and A. T. M. Shamsul Hoque and Jane C. Atkinson and Hiroyuki Yamagishi and Hisashi Kagami and A F Parlow and Julie Chao}, journal={Human gene therapy}, year={1999}, volume={10 17}, pages={2789-97} }