Paul A. Khavari, MD, PhD

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  • Sustainable cutaneous gene delivery NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY Deng, H., Lin, Q., Khavari, P. A. 1997; 15 (13): 1388-1391

    Abstract:

    Durable gene delivery to human skin is necessary for lasting correction of human genetic skin disease. Current cutaneous gene-delivery strategies, however, have achieved only transient gene expression, often only within a small percentage of tissue cells. The recent inability to sustain phenotypic correction of human genetic skin disease due to loss of therapeutic gene expression in regenerated epidermal tissue has highlighted this current limitation. In an effort to surmount this problem, we have generated gene delivery vectors that produce more durable gene delivery in human skin tissue in vivo.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1997YK36100031

    View details for PubMedID 9415892

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