Single Injection Silenced Huntington’s Gene Activity for 6 Months in Mice
Sep 15, 2016 11:53 am | Magdalena Kegel
Attempts to block the activity of the mutant huntingtin gene, which causes Huntington’s disease, may have taken a big step forward. Scientists report they successfully silenced the gene for six months after a single injection in a mouse model of the disease. The study, “Deimmunization for gene therapy: host matching of synthetic zinc finger constructs enables […]
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