Preferential delivery of the Sleeping Beauty transposon system to livers of mice by hydrodynamic injection

@article{Bell2007PreferentialDO,
  title={Preferential delivery of the Sleeping Beauty transposon system to livers of mice by hydrodynamic injection},
  author={Jason B. Bell and Kelly M. Podetz-Pedersen and Elena L. Aronovich and Lalitha R. Belur and R. Scott McIvor and Perry B. Hackett},
  journal={Nature Protocols},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={3153-3165}
}
Nonviral, DNA-mediated gene transfer is an alternative to viral delivery systems for expressing new genes in cells and tissues. The Sleeping Beauty (SB) transposon system combines the advantages of viruses and naked DNA molecules for gene therapy purposes; however, efficacious delivery of DNA molecules to animal tissues can still be problematic. Here we describe the hydrodynamic delivery procedure for the SB transposon system that allows efficient delivery to the liver in the mouse. The… CONTINUE READING

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