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April 18th, 2003

Nanotechnology may help overcome current limitations of gene therapy

Abstract:
Scientists from Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory have created a hybrid "nanodevice" composed of a "scaffolding" of titanium oxide nanocrystals attached with snippets of DNA that may one day be used to target defective genes that play a role in cancer, neurological disease and other conditions.

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