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According to the news editors, the research concluded: "These data show that the distribution of OTC activity within the liver is critical and that rAAV vector re-delivery after early neonatal treatment is likely to be necessary for stable control of hyperammonaemia into adulthood."
For more information on this research see: AAV-encoded OTC activity persisting to adulthood following delivery to newborn spf(ash) mice is insufficient to prevent shRNA-induced hyperammonaemia. Gene Therapy, 2013;20(12):1184-1187. Gene Therapy can be contacted at:
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