Activation of TLR9 by incorporated pDNA within PEG-coated lipoplex enhances anti-PEG IgM production

Faculty Pharmacy Year: 2014
Type of Publication: ZU Hosted Pages: 593–598
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Journal: Gene Therapy nature Volume:
Keywords : Activation , TLR9 , incorporated pDNA within PEG-coated lipoplex    
Abstract:
Cationic liposome represents a promising alternative to viral vectors for the delivery of therapeutic genes. For in vivo use, surface modification of the liposome with polyethylene glycol (PEG) is frequently applied to achieve gene-express
   
     
 
       

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