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Gentherapie

  • Ulrich R. Hengge
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Die Gentherapie ist eine junge Wissenschaft, die Nukleinsäuren zur Therapie einsetzt (Hengge u. Bardenheuer 2004). Die somatische Gentherapie befasst sich mit der Behandlung von somatischen (Körper-)Zellen (⧁ Tab. 4.1.1), wobei das therapeutische Gen ein im Organismus benötigtes Protein kodiert.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ulrich R. Hengge
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  1. 1.HautklinikUniversitätsklinikum DüsseldorfDüsseldorf

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