RESEARCH. Scientists at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA thousands of thousands of tiny capsules in cells large amounts large amounts of biomaterial Dubbed vaults – for their high arches reminiscent cathedral ceilings – this of course. Occurring capsules may prove less likely elicit an immune response as foreign airlines like viruses.
UCLA discovery will allow many potential applications, Therapeutic delivery, such as homing anti-cancer drugs directly to a tumor cell, without harming healthy tissue – – – enzyme delivery to replace missing or defective enzymes, such as those with Tay-Sachs disease can cause- – time-controlled release of drugs, enzymes and DNA – Extract and imprison cell toxins in the vault DNA delivery of genetic mutations correct – stabilize proteins in vaults to increase their life spanAUTHORS: Leonard Rome, Professor of Biological Chemistry and Senior Associate Dean of research, Bruce Dunn, professor of materials science and engineering; Jeffrey Zink, a professor of chemistry and biochemistry and Valerie Kick Hoefer, lead author and associate research biochemist..This technology allows prepare a valuable contribution to the development of medicines and our understanding of disease mechanisms of by analysis of interactions between biomolecules and between biomolecules and compounds of. JCN.
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