DNA molecules and future blockbuster therapeutics
Danquah, Michael K., Liu, S, Ho, J, & Forde, Gareth M. (2009) DNA molecules and future blockbuster therapeutics. In 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, Montreal, Canada.
Deoxyribonucleic acid molecules are heralding a new generation of reverse - engineered biopharmaceuticals. In terms of potential application in gene medicine, plasmid DNA (pDNA) vectors have exceptional therapeutic and immunological profiles as they are free from safety concerns associated with viral vectors, display non-toxicity and are simpler to develop. This presentation will discuss the potential applications of pDNA molecules in vaccine development and gene therapy, pilot-scale production of pDNA-based biopharmaceuticals and the controlled delivery of therapeutic sequences in biodegradable polymers to different target cells via the nasal route.
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