Risk assessment of retroviral gene transfer during gene therapy and nucleic acid vaccination

Abstract

Thiosemicarbazones derived from pyridine aldehydes aud ketoues (A) represent an interesti lg c ass of r bonucleotide reductase inhibilors I Previously we have showu, that replacement of the azine system by a 1,2-diaziue uucleus not only leads to improved solubility, but also to a reduction of cytotoxicily ia this class of compmmds without impairiug… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02559904

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@article{Wagener2007RiskAO, title={Risk assessment of retroviral gene transfer during gene therapy and nucleic acid vaccination}, author={Sharon Gowdy Wagener and Iris Treinies and Ralf Kurth and Dr. K. Cichutek}, journal={Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology}, year={2007}, volume={121}, pages={S38-S38} }