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Minicircle and miniplasmid DNA vectors; the future of non-viral and viral gene transfer.

9783527324569

Minicircle and miniplasmid DNA vectors; the future of non-viral and viral gene transfer.

Ed. by Martin Schleef.

Wiley-Blackwell

2013

235 pages

$99.95

Hardcover

QH432

Scientists in a wide range of biomedical disciplines survey the status of new plasmids that have emerged in the development of non-viral vectors for gene and cell therapy and DNA vaccination. The topics include operator-repressor titration: stable plasmid maintenance without selectable marker genes, analytical tools in minicircle production, magnetofection of minicircle DNA vectors, the episomal expression of minicircles and conventional plasmids in mammalian embryos, and the influence of the extracellular matrix in the increased efficiency of minicircles versus plasmids under gene electrotransfer sub-optimal conditions.

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