The use of biodegradable lactide- co-?-caprolactone for controlled dna gene delivery
- At: 2005 FIP Congress in Cairo (Egypt)
- Type: Poster
- By: EL LAITHY, Hanan (Pharmacy college, Pharmaceutics&Industrial Pharmacy, Cairo, Egypt)
- Co-author(s): Abd Elhalim Elassasy (Pharmacy College, CAIRO, Egypt)
Tayel, Saadia Ahmed (Pharmacy College, CAIRO, Egypt)
Amin (Pharmacy College, CAIRO, Egypt)
The success of gene therapy is largely dependent on the development of safe and effective systems that deliver DNA for sufficient time to target cells. Non-viral delivery systems, such as biodegradable polymeric microspheres have been increasingly proposed as alternatives to viral vectors.
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