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Viral Vector is a type of virus used in cancer therapy. The virus is changed in the laboratory and cannot cause disease. Viral vectors may produce tumor antigens (proteins found on a tumor cell) to stimulate an antitumor immune response in the body. Viral vectors may also be used to carry genes that can change cancer cells back to normal cells.
CAR macrophages can be used to effectively fight solid tumors

CAR macrophages can be used to effectively fight solid tumors

BIA Separations signs agreement with University of Zagreb to commercialize technology for viral vector purification

BIA Separations signs agreement with University of Zagreb to commercialize technology for viral vector purification

Minigenes produced by CRISPR combat liver disease in mice

Minigenes produced by CRISPR combat liver disease in mice

MR Solutions installs 3T PET-MR system at Western University’s ImPaKT facility

MR Solutions installs 3T PET-MR system at Western University’s ImPaKT facility

GlobalData: China can use the lessons learnt from SARS epidemic to control Wuhan coronavirus

GlobalData: China can use the lessons learnt from SARS epidemic to control Wuhan coronavirus

Study shows how gene therapy may help protect against vision loss in multiple sclerosis

Study shows how gene therapy may help protect against vision loss in multiple sclerosis

Dog study suggests that AAV in gene therapy could induce cancer

Dog study suggests that AAV in gene therapy could induce cancer

Mayo Clinic researchers seek radical new approach to treat cocaine addition

Mayo Clinic researchers seek radical new approach to treat cocaine addition

Using CRISPR to switch off pain gene becomes a possibility with new study

Using CRISPR to switch off pain gene becomes a possibility with new study

Polyplus-transfection expands GMP portfolio to provide additional flexibility for gene and cell therapy developers

Polyplus-transfection expands GMP portfolio to provide additional flexibility for gene and cell therapy developers

UCLA scientists discover link between a protein and human blood stem cell self-renewal

UCLA scientists discover link between a protein and human blood stem cell self-renewal

New partnership aims to explore, cultivate innovations in cell and gene therapy

New partnership aims to explore, cultivate innovations in cell and gene therapy

Researchers develop new therapeutic concept for treatment of temporal lobe epilepsy

Researchers develop new therapeutic concept for treatment of temporal lobe epilepsy

UC Davis researchers awarded $1.5 million NIH grant for CRISPR cancer treatment

UC Davis researchers awarded $1.5 million NIH grant for CRISPR cancer treatment

Novel viral vector improves gene therapy for sickle cell disease

Novel viral vector improves gene therapy for sickle cell disease

Researchers make breakthrough in gene therapy for sickle cell disease

Researchers make breakthrough in gene therapy for sickle cell disease

New study shows response to HIV vaccine in 6 weeks

New study shows response to HIV vaccine in 6 weeks

New study shows response to HIV vaccine in 6 weeks

New study shows response to HIV vaccine in 6 weeks

New gene therapy helps stroke patients develop new neurons

New gene therapy helps stroke patients develop new neurons

Protein implicated in neuron growth and cell adhesion appears crucial for pain sensitization

Protein implicated in neuron growth and cell adhesion appears crucial for pain sensitization