Gene therapy & Artificial DNA

A novel therapeutic approach called gene transfer involves inserting new genes into a malignant cell or the tissue around it in order to kill the cell or delay the spread of the cancer. A wide variety of genes and vectors are being employed in clinical trials with positive results because to the versatility of this therapy method.

Artificial DNA is a modern technique to target and destroy cancer cells. The procedure was successful in lab tests against human cervical cancer, breast cancer, and mouse malignant melanoma cells.



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