Individualized Therapeutics Could Get Boost From NIH Platform Gene Therapy Pilot
Experience and data from the study, which will use the same vector platform to deliver different transgenes for different diseases, could feed into the US FDA’s efforts to establish a public-private partnership to enable manufacturing of gene therapies for ultra-rare diseases.
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