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Eye-targeting Virus Could Be a Useful Tool for Gene Delivery

News   May 15, 2017 | Original story from The Scripps Research Institute

 
Eye-targeting Virus Could Be a Useful Tool for Gene Delivery

The species of adenovirus (HAdV-D26) highlighted in this study normally targets the eyes, but researchers are looking to use it as a vector for delivering helpful genes to cells. (Image courtesy Vijay Reddy.)

 
 
 

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