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Using Homologous Recombination to Create Genetically Engineered Cells for Cell and Gene Based Therapy

Gene targeting by homologous recombination allows the site specific integration of a gene of choice. In recent years, sequence specific DNA nucleases have been engineered to increase the rate of gene targeting by as much as four orders of magnitude. As a ...
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The Angel Patch: An Inflatable Patch to Seal Holes in the Amniotic Sac

Stanford researchers have designed “The Angel Patch” which is a patch that prevents amniotic fluid leakage in order to reduce the incidence of iPPROM (iatrogenic preterm prelabor rupture of membranes). This inflatable device is inserted into the uter...
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