Gene Therapy

Gene Therapy is a trial procedure that utilizations qualities to treat or prevent disease. Specialists are trying a few ways to deal with quality treatment, including:

  • Replacing a changed quality that causes sickness with a solid duplicate of the quality.
  • Inactivating, or "taking out," a changed quality that is working inappropriately.

  • Introducing another quality into the body to help battle an illness

 If a mutated gene that makes a vital protein be flawed or missing, gene therapy might have the option to present a typical duplicate of the gene to re-establish the capacity of the protein. Rather, a bearer called a vector is hereditarily designed to convey the quality. Certain infections are frequently utilized as vectors since they can convey the new quality by tainting the cell. The infections are altered so they can't cause illness when utilized in individuals.


  • Cell Types
  • Viral Vectors
  • Non Viral Vectors
  • Gene Doping
  • Human Genetic Engineering

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