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- A development and manufacturing company based in San Diego dedicated to the production of high-quality, clinical grade, gene and cell based therapeutics and reagents.
Molecular Virology Lab at Leiden University
- The group performs basic research on viruses in order to facilitate the development of efficient gene-transfer vectors for use in gene therapy. Current research concerns the human adenoviruses and the systems required for producing recombinant-adenovirus vectors.
Murdoch Children's Research Institute - Cell and Gene Therapy
- The CAGT group of MCRI focuses on gene therapy research for neurological, haematological and liver diseases affecting babies, children and adolescents.
National Gene Vector Lab at Indiana University
- Produces clinical grade adenoviral, adeno-associated virus, DNA plasmid, lentivirus, herpes simplex virus, retroviral vectors, and pharmacology/toxicology support for Phase I and Phase II gene therapy clinical trials.
Office of Biotechnology Activities at the NIH
- Monitors scientific progress and ethical issues in basic and clinical research involving recombinant DNA and human gene transfer at NIH funded institutions.
- Perform genetic analysis on collections of family samples so as to understand the mechanisms and causes of common diseases, in order to identify new drug targets, the validation of targets and the development of diagnostics.
- Focuses on developing gene transfer technologies for human gene therapy, gene-based immunotherapy, and gene-based drug discovery for cancer, AIDS, neurodegenerative and cardiovascular disease.
Oxford University GeneMedicine Research Group
- Focused on the development gene therapies for diseases of the airway, such as asthma, lung cancer and in particular, cystic fibrosis (CF). Work includes formulation development, reagent production, pre-clinical testing, and human clinical trials.
Pittsburgh Human Gene Therapy Center
- Fosters the growth and development of multidisciplinary preclinical and clinical research programs aimed at the use of gene transfer technologies for the treatment of human disease.
- Develops separation and purification processes for manufacturing gene delivery products such as supercoiled plasmids, synthetic oligonucleotides, recombinant adenovirus and adeno-associated virus.
- The products of Quattrogene are based on the latest development in molecular biology, virology and immunology. Quattrogene also develops new treatments and diagnostic products for cancer and coronary heart disease.
- Development of technologies controlling DNA replication for applications in a platform for gene therapy vectors and in the discovery of new therapeutic agents for cancer and tissue regeneration.
- Virological research and clinical trials company that work on most model systems and carry out projects from laboratory based assays to full ethics committee approved clinical trials.
- Aims to commercialize site-specific gene therapeutics and DNA devices for tissue repair and regeneration.
The Gene Delivery Group at the University of Birmingham
- Works primarily on developing non-viral and polymer vectors for cancer gene therapy.
The Journal of Gene Medicine
- An information source on all aspects of human gene therapy. It offers an international comprehensive summary of both published and ongoing clinical trials. Also includes reviews on basic and therapeutic issues.
The New Children's Hospital Gene Therapy Research Unit
- A joint initiative of The New Children's Hospital and the Children's Medical Research Institute is undertaking gene therapy clinical trials in Australia. Research projects include cancer immunotherapy, vector development, HIV infection, targeting gene delivery to specific tissue types.
The New Childrens Hospital Gene Therapy Research Unit
- Research is being performed on gene delivery technologies and gene therapies for cancer, HIV infection and inherited genetic disorders by Dr. Ian Alexander and Dr. Jason Smythe, who jointly head the Unit.
- Gene therapy company based in France is developing products for cancer and cystic fibrosis. Vector platforms include adenovirus, retrovirus, vaccinia virus, cellular and synthetic vectors.
UCSD Program in Human Gene Therapy
- Facilitates the application of basic and pre-clinical research to the treatment of human disease through vector development and gene discovery and characterization.
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