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The 1st WFH Gene Therapy Round Table: Understanding the landscape and challenges of gene therapy for haemophilia around the world.

In this first in a series of round table meetings, the 1st World Federation of Hemophilia Gene Therapy Round Table was convened to initiate a global dialogue on the expected challenges and opportunities that a disruptive therapy, such as gene therapy, will bring to the haemophilia community. Perspectives from key stakeholder groups, including healthcare professionals, regulators, payors, people with hemophilia and pharmaceutical industry representatives, were sought in the identification of the key issues w...

Gene therapy for blood diseases.

Genetic diseases affecting proteins and cells composing the blood may be treated by gene therapy using gene addition or gene editing methods. Protein deficiencies (e.g. hemophilia) are being approached using in vivo gene delivery by adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors for therapeutic gene addition or gene editing. Blood cell diseases (e.g. sickle cell disease) are being approached using ex vivo gene addition or gene editing to treat isolated blood-forming hematopoietic stem cells or T cells that are then r...

Gene therapy for visual loss: Opportunities and concerns.

Many clinical trials using gene therapy have shown significant therapeutic benefits and exceptional safety records. Increasing evidence is verifying the long sought-after promise that gene therapy will genetically 'cure' some severely disabling diseases. In particular, the first gene therapy bioproduct for RPE65-associated Leber's congenital amaurosis, which was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in 2017, has provided tremendous encouragement to the field of gene therapy. Recent developments in...

Addressing the Value of Gene Therapy and Enhancing Patient Access to Transformative Treatments.

Although high upfront costs for the high value of gene therapy have resulted in concerns about sufficient reimbursement to allow patient access to these therapies, the significant benefits of gene therapies will not be realized unless patients have access to them. Stakeholders are discussing these issues, and the payment models being developed for the newly approved gene therapies provide an early indication of the flexibility that will be needed from treatment manufacturers, payers, and policy makers to op...

Polycations for Gene Delivery: Dilemmas and Solutions.

Gene therapy has been a promising strategy for treating numerous gene-associated human diseases by altering specific gene expressions in pathological cells. Application of non-viral gene delivery is hindered by various dilemmas encountered in systemic gene therapy. Therefore, solutions must be established to address the unique requirements of gene-based treatment of diseases. This review will particularly highlight the dilemmas in polycations-based gene therapy by systemic treatment. Several promising strat...

Immune Gene Therapy and the International Conference on Lymphocyte Engineering (ICLE 2018).

An important step on the long path to clinical application of in utero gene therapy.

Future AAVenues for In Utero Gene Therapy.

Fetal gene therapy using safe and effective viral vectors no longer remains a distant prospect. Recently in Nature Medicine, Massaro et al. (2018) demonstrated that prenatal intracranial injection of a viral vector results in improved neurologic function, raising the intriguing possibility that in utero gene therapy may be approaching clinical applications.

Lessons learned from lung and liver in-vivo gene therapy: implications for the future.

Ex-vivo gene therapy has had significant clinical impact over the last couple of years and in-vivo gene therapy products are being approved for clinical use. Gene therapy and gene editing approaches have huge potential to treat genetic disease and chronic illness. Areas covered: This article provides a review of in-vivo approaches for gene therapy in the lung and liver, exploiting non-viral and viral vectors with varying serotypes and pseudotypes to target specific cells. Antibody responses inhibiting viral...

Airway Basal Cells Are the Key for Cystic Fibrosis Gene Therapy.


Choroideremia (CHM) is a rare inherited retinal degeneration resulting from mutation of the CHM gene, which results in absence of functional Rab escort protein 1 (REP1). We evaluated retinal gene therapy with an adeno-associated virus vector that used to deliver a functional version of the CHM gene (AAV2-REP1).

Gene Therapy Briefs.

Diabetic complication could get a gene therapy boost.

Disease-modifying Osteoarthritis Treatment with Interleukin-1 Receptor Antagonist Gene Therapy in Small and Large Animal Models.

Gene therapy holds great promise for the treatment of osteoarthritis (OA) because a single intraarticular injection can lead to long-term expression of therapeutic proteins within the joint. Here we report the development of a helper-dependent adenovirus (HDAd)-mediated intraarticular gene therapy approach for long-term expression of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist (IL-1Ra) for sustained symptomatic and disease-modifying OA therapy.

Gene Therapy and Virotherapy of Gliomas.

Despite many recent advances in the management of gliomas, such as aggressive surgical resection, chemoradiotherapy, antiangiogenic therapy, and molecular targeted therapy, the survival of patients with high-grade neoplasms remains dismal. Gene therapy and oncolytic virotherapy have emerged as highly promising strategies for treatment of malignant brain tumors due to recent progress in understanding of the underlying cancer biology as well as improved techniques for genetic modification of potential therape...

Activity-Induced Regulation of Synaptic Strength through the Chromatin Reader L3mbtl1.

Homeostatic synaptic downscaling reduces neuronal excitability by modulating the number of postsynaptic receptors. Histone modifications and the subsequent chromatin remodeling play critical roles in activity-dependent gene expression. Histone modification codes are recognized by chromatin readers that affect gene expression by altering chromatin structure. We show that L3mbtl1 (lethal 3 malignant brain tumor-like 1), a polycomb chromatin reader, is downregulated by neuronal activity and is essential for sy...

Existing capacity for renal replacement therapy and site-specific practices for managing acute kidney injury at centers participating in the BaSICS trial.

To investigate the existing capacity for renal replacement therapy and site-specific practices for managing acute kidney injury at centers participating in the BaSICS trial.

Branch-PCR constructed TP53 gene nanovector for potential cancer therapy.

A novel and efficient branch PCR strategy has been used to construct a TP53 gene nanovector based on a pair of trimers as primers, which showed unique advantages compared to other existing systems for gene delivery and effective potential cancer therapy.

Progress in gene therapy using oncolytic vaccinia virus as vectors.

Vaccinia virus was widely used in the World Health Organization's smallpox eradication campaign and is currently a promising vector for gene therapy owing to its unique characteristics. Vaccinia virus can selectively replicate and propagate productively in tumor cells, resulting in oncolysis. In addition, rapid viral particle production, wide host range, large genome size (approximately 200 kb), and safe handling render vaccinia virus a suitable vector for gene therapy.

The Blunt End: Surgical Challenges of Gene Therapy for Inherited Retinal Diseases.

Review barriers to effective transduction of cells in the subretinal plane during gene therapy surgery for inherited retinal dystrophies (IRD).

Repairing the Brain: Gene Therapy.

In vivo gene therapy for neurodegenerative disorders has turned out to be a formidable challenge. It is a field not much older than twenty years, but we were many who would have predicted a much easier path towards the clinic using this treatment modality. For Parkinson's disease patients, this has meant a frustrating wait, seeing many promising therapies being forgotten after a few pre-clinical proof-of-concept studies. The reasons for this are both scientific and economical. However, this is slowly but su...

Gene therapy in inherited retinal degenerative diseases, a review.

Hereditary diseases of the retina represent a group of diseases with several heterogeneous mutations that have the common end result of progressive photoreceptor death leading to blindness. Retinal degenerations encompass multifactorial diseases such as age-related macular degeneration, Leber congenital amaurosis, Stargardt disease, and retinitis pigmentosa. Although there is currently no cure for degenerative retinal diseases, ophthalmology has been at the forefront of the development of gene therapy, whic...

Improving adenoviral vectors and strategies for prostate cancer gene therapy.

Gene therapy has been evaluated for the treatment of prostate cancer and includes the application of adenoviral vectors encoding a suicide gene or oncolytic adenoviruses that may be armed with a functional transgene. In parallel, versions of adenoviral vector expressing the p53 gene (Ad-p53) have been tested as treatments for head and neck squamous cell carcinoma and non-small cell lung cancer. Although Ad-p53 gene therapy has yielded some interesting results when applied to prostate cancer, it has not been...

Relaxin gene therapy: A promising new treatment option for various diseases with aberrant fibrosis or irregular angiogenesis.

Relaxin (RLX) is an insulin-like polypeptide hormone that was initially introduced for its pregnancy-related function. Subsequent studies revealed that RLX possesses anti-fibrotic functions in tumors and nonreproductive tissues, such as skin, lungs, and others. This aspect of the RLX has been explored for the treatment of various illnesses, such as cardiac fibrosis, liver fibrosis, and solid tumors. With gene therapy coming into age with increasing number of products being approved by regulatory bodies in E...

Nucleic-acid based gene therapy approaches for sepsis.

Despite advances in overall medical care, sepsis and its sequelae continue to be an embarrassing clinical entity with an unacceptably high mortality rate. The central reason for high morbidity and high mortality of sepsis and its sequelae is the lack of an effective treatment. Previous clinical trials have largely failed to identify an effective therapeutic target to improve clinical outcomes in sepsis. Thus, the key goal favoring the outcome of septic patients is to devise innovative and evolutionary thera...

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