pCMV-vegf165 Intramuscular Gene Transfer is an Effective Method of Treatment for Patients With Chronic Lower Limb Ischemia

@article{Deev2015pCMVvegf165IG,
  title={pCMV-vegf165 Intramuscular Gene Transfer is an Effective Method of Treatment for Patients With Chronic Lower Limb Ischemia},
  author={R. Deev and I. Y. Bozo and N. Mzhavanadze and D. Voronov and A. V. Gavrilenko and Yu. V. Chervyakov and I. Staroverov and R. Kalinin and P. G. Shvalb and A. Isaev},
  journal={Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={473 - 482}
}
Effective treatment of chronic lower limb ischemia is one of the most challenging issues confronting vascular surgeons. There are a number of choices available to the vascular surgeon. Open or endovascular revascularization is the treatment of choice when applicable. Current pharmacological therapies play an auxiliary role and cannot prevent disease progression. Therefore, new methods of treatment are needed. We conducted a phase 2b/3 multicenter randomized controlled clinical trial of the… Expand
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