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The Gene Therapy Review

7 Spa Place
Edinburgh
United Kingdom

Phone: +30 6945673841
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Please notice: This entry hasn't been updated by the submitting company for more than 2 years. It could be possible that this company doesn't longer exists.

Description:

The Gene Therapy Review is a new web resource for all those interested in this emerging field. If you are a novice to gene therapy you can learn the basics of human genetics in our educational pages. Our library also lists a number of published books on the subject and contains links to all the current issues of the gene therapy journals. For researchers we have plenty of resources, including a literature review, information on gene transfer vectors and technical pages containing information on the commercial viral vectors. In our clinical section you can access the latest gene therapy trials, information on regulatory issues and information for patients. Whether you want to learn about gene therapy or are an expert in the field, these pages provide an excellent starting point to review the current status of activities in this area of human genetics.


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Last update of this entry: February 07, 2008

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