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Scientists engineer way to prevent immune response to gene therapy in mice

11:29 EDT 3 Sep 2018 | Science Daily

Researchers have demonstrated that gene therapy can be effective without causing a dangerous side effect common to all gene therapy: an autoimmune reaction to the normal protein, which the patient's immune system is encountering for the first time.

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