publication . Master thesis . 2014

Sincronización del ciclo celular en una línea celular modelo para ensayo de gene targeting

Velázquez Gómez, Miguel;
Open Access Spanish; Castilian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
La terapia génica es una campo de la biomedicina que incluye distintas técnicas orientadas a la cura de enfermedades basadas en errores en el genoma, ya sea por ausencia del gen o por pérdida de su función, a través del envío del material genético corrector (RNA, DNA) al interior de células diana, en las cuales se integra y corrige el fallo. La terapia génica puede orientarse al tratamiento de células germinales o somáticas. La modificación genética de células destinadas a generar espermatozoides y óvulos, pese a significar la erradicación de la enfermedades congénitas de raíz, no parece una vía alcanzable; la razón se encuentra en que aún no es una técnica segu...
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free text keywords: Terapia génica
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