what is Gene Therapy Viral Vectors?

In many cases, gene therapy requires a vector to deliver the gene therapy drug to the target cell. Viral vectors have been one of the most widely studied vectors due to their outstanding transduction efficiency and other significant advantages. Viral vector-based gene therapy has now achieved good clinical results. More than a dozen viral gene therapy products have been approved for the treatment of cancer, infectious diseases, and rare single-gene disorders. The main types of viral vectors used clinically for in vivo gene therapy include adenovirus, adeno-associated virus (AAV), herpes simplex virus (HSV), retroviruses, and lentiviruses.

In recent years, scientific advances in viral vector engineering, rare disease genome identification, and gene editing are ushering in a new era of viral gene therapy. Our company is committed to using cutting-edge technologies in molecular biology and cell biology to provide comprehensive viral vector development services to our customers, including the design and construction of suitable viral vectors as well as the production and purification of viral vectors.

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