Default: Gene Therapy

ISSN: 0969-7128

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Gene Therapy is a journal indexed in SJR in Molecular Biology and Genetics with an H index of 159. It has a price of 3060 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,332 and it has a best quartile of Q2. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,332.

Gene Therapy focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: gene, expression, transfer, cells, vivo, activation, interference, prevents, stem, type, ...

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Languages: English

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gene, expression, transfer, cells, vivo, activation, interference, prevents, stem, type, cellular, human, cardiac, suicide, therapy, rna, neovascularization, dna, angiostatin, cardiomyopathyin, allograft, alphasarcoglycandeficient, angiogenesis,

Best articles

A combination of poloxamers increases gene expression of plasmid DNA in skeletal muscle

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A minimally invasive approach for efficient gene delivery to rodent hearts

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A new method (GOREC) for directed mutagenesis and gene repair by homologous recombination

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A tale of two trials: selectively replicating herpesviruses for brain tumors

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A tricistronic retroviral vector expressing natural antiangiogenic factors inhibits angiogenesis in vitro, but is not able to block tumor progression in vivo

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Actions of HSVtk and connexin43 gene delivery on gap junctional communication and drug sensitization in hepatocellular carcinoma

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Adeno-associated viral glutamate decarboxylase expression in the lateral nucleus of the rat hypothalamus reduces feeding behavior

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Adenoviral gene transfer into the normal and injured spinal cord: enhanced transgene stability by combined administration of temperature-sensitive virus and transient immune blockade

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Adenovirus-mediated gene transfer of urokinase plasminogen inhibitor inhibits angiogenesis in experimental arthritis

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Anti-tumor immunity induced by murine melanoma cells transduced with the Mycobacterium tuberculosis gene encoding the 38-kDa antigen

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Anti-tumour activity against B16-F10 melanoma with a GM-CSF secreting allogeneic tumour cell vaccine

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Antibody-mediated lung endothelium targeting: in vivo model on primates

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Assessing gene expression in vivo: magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy

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Augmentation of myocardial transfection using TerplexDNA: a novel gene delivery system

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Autoimmunity and Gene Therapy: The nemesis of autoimmunity

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B7.1 expression by the weakly immunogenic F98 rat glioma does not enhance immunogenicity

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Bacterial transfer of large functional genomic DNA into human cells

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Beta defensin-3 engineered epidermis shows highly protective effect for bacterial infection

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Cationic corticosteroid for nonviral gene delivery

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Chloroquine and amphipathic peptide helices show synergistic transfection in vitro

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CNS gene transfer mediated by a novel controlled release system based on DNA complexes of degradable polycation PPE-EA: a comparison with polyethylenimine/DNA complexes

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Combination of a new generation of PNAs with a peptide-based carrier enables efficient targeting of cell cycle progression

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Delivery of FGF-2 but not VEGF by encapsulated genetically engineered myoblasts improves survival and vascularization in a model of acute skin flap ischemia

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Detection and measurement of in vitro gene transfer by gamma camera imaging

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