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Drug Target Review Cell & Gene Therapy ebook 2021

Posted: 17 June 2021 | | No comments yet

In this ebook, discover how organoids can be used in regenerative medicine and how a novel AAV vector for gene therapy was developed.

The field of cell and gene therapies is advancing at an impressive rate and pre-clinical studies to support the progression of this area are showing promise results. 

In this ebook, Dr Fotios Sampaziotis describes how cholangiocyte organoids could be used to regenerate human bile ducts and presents the findings from his study. In our second article, Professor Stylianos Michalakis highlights his team’s work on a AAV vector that can successfully reach retinal target cells via intravitreal application, making it a new potential way to deliver gene therapies.

Included in this ebook:

  • Using cholangiocyte organoids to regenerate human bile ducts
    Dr Fotios Sampaziotis, University of Cambridge
  • Novel vectors for more efficient and less risky ocular gene therapy
    Professor Stylianos Michalakis, Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU)












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