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Gene Therapy Development for Disease

Over the last decades, gene therapies are rapidly being developed both in the research and clinical applications of the new genetic therapy techniques, which have become a critical component of the therapeutic armamentarium for a wide spectrum of human diseases. Moreover, further maturation of gene therapy approaches, safety modifications, and improvements in gene transfer efficiency and delivery systems have finally resulted in substantial clinical progress.

Fig.1 Clinical Indications of Clinical Gene Therapy Trials (Linden 2010)

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Gene Therapy for Inherited Diseases Currently, the gene therapy strategy is bringing new treatment options to multiple fields of medicine, especially for genetic disorders. By utilizing the introduction of healthy gene to a patient, gene therapy should alleviate the defect caused by a faulty gene or slow the progression of disease. Creative Biolabs is a world-renowned service provider for gene therapy and can offer high-quality custom service covering the entire gene therapy development process. Our outstanding experts are able to conduct many tests to evaluate the gene therapeutic efficacy in various types of inherited diseases, such as retinoblastoma, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy and Alzheimer’s disease, etc.


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Gene Therapy for Acquired Diseases Gene therapy has become a revolution in the area of acquired diseases treatment and multiple gene therapy strategies including oncolytic virotherapy, genetic vaccines, and suicide gene therapy have achieved remarkable progress in Phase stage. Our company is dedicated to establishing the most exquisite service platform for our clients and the one-stop gene therapy development services can be designed in appropriate animal models of the corresponding human diseases, including but not limited to cancer, cardiovascular diseases, HIV infection and neurological diseases.

Reference 1. Sadir W (2015). Gene Therapy as an Alternative Treatment for Both Genetic and Acquired Diseases. ResearchGate. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.35566.61761

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Gene Therapy Development for Disease  

Gene Therapy Development for Disease