AAV receptor revealed

Jan Carette group at Stanford University together with Michael Chapman group at Oregon Health & Science University have identified a key receptor for Adeno-asssociated viruses (AAV)!
Published in Microbiology
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Using the powerful haploid genetic screen approach, Jan Carette group at Stanford University together with Michael Chapman group at Oregon Health & Science University have identified a key receptor that facilitates AAV infection (http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent...).

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Go to the profile of Andrew Jermy
over 8 years ago
Thanks for sharing!
Go to the profile of Nonia Pariente
over 8 years ago
Indeed a very important article, also for the use of AAV as a gene therapy vector. See also the commentary by Sabrina Sun & David Schaffer that we have just published on this article http://www.nature.com/articles/nmicrobiol201527