Gene Therapy Manufacturing Hurdle: Sponsors Unwilling To Share ‘Secret Sauce’
US FDA’s Peter Marks says companies are not exchanging information about adenoviral factors, which is probably slowing down the field. He describes NIH's plans for a bespoke gene therapy consortium for vector generation and continued efforts for regulatory harmonization.
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