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Can Electroporation Revive Gene Therapy?

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As regulators increase their scrutiny of viral vectors for gene therapy and set the bars for safety ever higher, some industry observers have begun questioning whether gene therapy will ever become a commercial reality. The difficulties in the field may turn out to be a life-saver for MaxCyte Inc. Its managers think their flow electroporation technology could be a platform for transforming patients' cells and getting them to produce a desired protein--without viruses, and the risks they bring.
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