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*  Myosin binding protein C, cardiac
Hammond SM, Wood MJ (May 2011). "Genetic therapies for RNA mis-splicing diseases". Trends in Genetics. 27 (5): 196-205. doi: ... Genetic studies have revealed significant overlap between genotypes and phenotypes as MYBPC3 mutations can lead to various ... "Shared genetic causes of cardiac hypertrophy in children and adults". The New England Journal of Medicine. 358 (18): 1899-908. ... Molecular Therapy: Nucleic Acids. 2: e102. doi:10.1038/mtna.2013.31. PMC 3731888 . PMID 23820890. Vignier N, Schlossarek S, ...
*  Health Products and Food Branch
Biologics and Genetic Therapies Directorate; Natural Health Products Directorate; Marketed Health Products Directorate (with ...
*  Holden Thorp
500,000 fellowship was for research on compounds used in genetic therapy. Both grants were for research to develop cancer and ...
*  Type II cytokine receptor
Interferon receptor deficiency is a condition showing some amenability to genetic therapy. interferon-alpha/beta receptor ...
*  Homeobox protein Nkx-2.5
Fugate E. "Developing Genetic Therapies for Congenital Heart Defects". www.muschealth.org. Harvey RP, Lai D, Elliott D, Biben C ...
*  Cytochrome b-245, alpha polypeptide
Allogenic bone marrow transplantation is possible and genetic therapy is currently under development. The most frequent CGD ... A global approach such as haplotype analysis is probably a better approach to understand the impact of CYBA genetic variability ... and genetic characterization of chronic granulomatous disease in 89 Turkish patients". The Journal of Allergy and Clinical ... "Absence of both the 91kD and 22kD subunits of human neutrophil cytochrome b in two genetic forms of chronic granulomatous ...
*  Noise-induced hearing loss
However, current research for the possible use of drug and genetic therapies look hopeful. In addition, management options such ... Sun, H; Huang, A; Cao, S (2011). "Current status and prospects of gene therapy for the inner ear". Human Gene Therapy. 22 (11 ... Currently there are no commonly used cures, but rather assistive devices and therapies to try and manage the symptoms of NIHL. ... If not prevented, hearing loss can be managed through assistive devices and cognitive therapies. Prevention is the best defense ...
*  Shaf Keshavjee
This was the first time that a genetic therapy strategy was able to treat this condition; a significant breakthrough as this ... His current studies examine molecular diagnostics and genetic therapy strategies for engineering organs for lung ... A gene-therapy trial will begin next year. Dr. Keshavjee was internationally recognized for his leadership in the development ... The team is currently studying the effect of the IL-10 transfection on ischemia reperfusion therapy, as well as mechanisms of ...
*  Ljubisav Rakić
His chief area of scientific research is in CNS and cancer and genetic therapy of tumors. "Ljubisav Rakić" (PDF). Serbian ...
*  Gene therapy for color blindness
As a way to introduce new genetic information to change a person's phenotype, a gene therapy for color blindness is open to the ... The effect of therapy lasts until the cones die or the inserted DNA is lost within the cones. While gene therapy for humans has ... There has been ongoing research for gene therapy to treat Leber's congenital amaurosis, a genetic disorder in photoreceptors ... Gene therapy for color blindness is an experimental gene therapy aiming to convert congenitally colorblind individuals to ...
*  Eugenics
Genetic engineering. Gene therapy. Cloning. The first major challenge to conventional eugenics based upon genetic inheritance ... Arguably, resources should be concentrated on genetic therapy to address disease and genetic defects. However, such a result is ... Dor Yeshorim Eugenics in Mexico Eugenics in the United States Genetic determinism Genetic discrimination Genetic enhancement ... Moreover, Rawls asserts that using genetic engineering to prevent the most serious genetic defects is a matter of ...
*  Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center
"Gene therapy: Genetic mutations predict which cancers will respond to treatment". The Economist. 16 June 2012. Retrieved 16 ... The patients had previously failed standard therapies.The therapy, Axicabtagene ciloleucel, received FDA approval on Oct. 18, ... 2008 - Genetic sequencing For the first time, scientists decode all the genes of a cancer patient and find a suite of mutations ... 1994 - Genetic screening test for thyroid cancer Led in part by Helen Donis-Keller, Ph.D., researchers for the first time ...
*  Fructose bisphosphatase deficiency
... there is always hope for genetic therapy, inserting a healthy copy of the gene into existing liver cells.[citation needed] ...
*  Aflibercept
September 8th, 2003 Aventis inks deal with Regeneron for collaboration on cancer therapy Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology ... of anti-VEGF drugs on diabetic macular edema found that while all three studied treatments have advantages over laser therapy, ...
*  Canadian Plasma Resources
Both of these centers obtained authorization from the Biologic and Genetic Therapies Directorate of Health Canada and were ... Plasma from these operations can only be used for further manufacturing into therapies such as immunoglobulin, human albumin ...
*  Dopamine receptor
DOE Brookhaven National Laboratory study showing that increasing dopamine receptors with genetic therapy temporarily decreased ... "Gene Therapy For Addiction: Flooding Brain With 'Pleasure Chemical' Receptors Works On Cocaine, As On Alcohol". 2008-04-18. ... Dopamine receptor mutations can cause genetic hypertension in humans. This can occur in animal models and humans with defective ...
*  Irina Derevko
The woman who underwent the genetic therapy was an agent of The Covenant, Elena's own criminal organization, who had ... The fourth season finale revealed that a genetic modification procedure known as Project Helix was used to create a double of ...
*  Elizabeth Nabel
Early in her career, she made seminal discoveries regarding genetic therapies for cardiovascular disease, having developed ... Gene therapy for cardiovascular diseases. Circulation 1995;91:541-548. Ohno T, Gordon D, San H, Pompili VJ, Imperiale MJ, Nabel ... Gene therapy for vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation after arterial injury. Science 1994;265:781-784. Nabel EG, Yang Z-Y ... These basic studies were instrumental in designing device therapies, in combination with genes or drugs, to treat the vascular ...
*  Robert J. Desnick
ASIN B000N5X2F2 Desnick, R.J., ed.: Enzyme Therapy in Genetic Diseases: 2, Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, pp. 544, 1980. ISBN 0- ... Enzyme Therapy in Genetic Diseases, Birth Defects Original Article Series. Vol. IX, No. 2. The National Foundation, New York, ... gene therapy, personalized medicine, and the treatment of genetic diseases. His translational research has led to the ... ISBN 0-683-06367-7 Rubenstein, I., Phillips, R.L., Green, C.E. and Desnick, R.J., eds.: Molecular Genetic Modification of ...
*  Oncolytic virus
Kelly, Elizabeth; Russell, Stephen J (2007). "History of Oncolytic Viruses: Genesis to Genetic Engineering". Molecular Therapy ... is a naturally occurring wild-type oncolytic picornavirus discovered in 2001 as a tissue culture contaminate at Genetic Therapy ... cancer is still a major cause of mortality and there is still a need for novel cancer therapies, this sidelined therapy has now ... Combination Therapy with Oncolytic Viruses". Molecular Therapy. 18 (2): 251-63. doi:10.1038/mt.2009.283. PMC 2839289 . PMID ...
*  BamHI
... and possibly treating certain DNA mutation-derived diseases through genetic therapy. NARP and MILS syndromes, for example, are ... Gene Therapy. 15 (7): 516-523. doi:10.1038/sj.gt.2008.11. ISSN 1476-5462. PMID 18256697. M. Newman, T. Strzelecka, F.D. Dorner ...
*  Shoukhrat Mitalipov
He is known for discovering a controversial genetic therapy that may be a way to prevent mitochondrial diseases, as well as a ... A therapy for mitochondrial diseases that Mitalipov discovered, the "spindle transfer" technique, involves removing the nucleus ... If the egg is fertilized, in genetic terms it would have three parents. Mitalipov has successfully bred "three-parent" rhesus ... "About Us". Center for Embryonic Cell and Gene Therapy. Retrieved March 4, 2015. Астахова, Алла (12 August 2017). "Тонкая работа ...
*  HumGen
Six themes are covered: bio-banking, research, gene therapy, genetic testing, genetic screening, and pharmacogenetics. The ... Topics include: direct to consumer genetic tests, warning patients' relatives of genetic risks, and newborn screening. The ... The website is a unique source of international genetic policy information and has been cited as a critical resource for ... The Consortium's mission is to map the genetic regulatory nodes and networks that control the activity of embryonic stem cells ...
*  Biosafety
... or genetic therapy products, virus; levels of lab containment protocols measured as 1, 2, 3, 4 in rising order of danger), In ... or genetic therapy products, viruses with respect to the environment, to ensure the safety of health care workers, researchers ... WHO Biosafety Programme CDC Biosafety pages International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB): Biosafety ... genetic engineering or prions such as BSE/"MadCow", reducing the risk of food bacterial contamination) In medicine (referring ...
*  Transplant surgeon
Substitution of whole genes or chromosomes, or large portions thereof, for the purpose of genetic therapy or engineering (which ... versus with other therapies that are not transplantation- such as continued dialysis or getting an artificial heart or left ... some form of dialysis or other renal replacement therapy, artificial liver, parenteral nutrition, etc.), these procedures- ...