A $2.3 million grant this fall from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) is the most recent installment of stem cell research money poured into Stanford labs.

Since 2004, Stanford has received about $175 million from CIRM, according to the School of Medicine. In late October, the CIRM awarded genetics professor Michele Calos $2.3 million for her work on Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). The grant was part of a $67 million effort to mobilize stem cell research in California.



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if one were intrested in how are the genes getting corrected, more details are available at http://www.stanford.edu/~calos/research.html

Nice approach which I assume will have the key in finding the correct attB which is small enough to get inside the cell but large enough to attach only at the intended site
Thanks Tulika. This appears good.
Any idea on how far is this from clinics?


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