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Gene Transfer of Factor VIII to the Liver in Vivo

Year:
-
Grants:
Career Development Award
Tags:
Hemophilia A (Factor VIII/F8)
Gene Therapy
Author(s):
Frank Park

Nonviral Gene Delivery for Hemophilia

Year:
-
Grants:
Career Development Award
Tags:
Gene Therapy
Hemophilia A (Factor VIII/F8)
Hemophilia B (Factor IX/F9)
Author(s):
Carol H. Miao

Gene Therapy for Hemophilia B by Direct Intramuscular Injections of Recombinant Adeno Associated Virus Serotype Vectors

Year:
-
Grants:
Career Development Award
Tags:
Gene Therapy
Hemophilia B (Factor IX/F9)
Author(s):
Hengjun Chao

Non-primate Lentiviral Vector-Based Gene Therapy for Hemophilia A

Year:
-
Grants:
Career Development Award
Tags:
Gene Therapy
Hemophilia A (Factor VIII/F8)
Author(s):
Yubin Kang

Immunology of Liver-Derived Expression of Factor IX from AAV Vectors

Year:
-
Grants:
Career Development Award
Tags:
Hemophilia B (Factor IX/F9)
Gene Therapy
Author(s):
Roland W. Herzog

Correction of Hemophilia with Lentiviral Vectors

Year:
-
Grants:
Career Development Award
Tags:
Hemophilia A (Factor VIII/F8)
Hemophilia B (Factor IX/F9)
Gene Therapy
Author(s):
Tal Kafri

Development and Characterization of Novel Genetically Engineered Factor VIII Molecules with Increased Activity and Stability

Year:
-
Grants:
Career Development Award
Tags:
Hemophilia A (Factor VIII/F8)
Author(s):
Steven Wesley Pipe