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ACC&D’s 6th International Symposium: Promising research in gene therapy

ACC&D’s 6th International Symposium: Promising research in gene therapy

ACC&D’s 6th International Symposium: Promising research in gene therapy

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Launch date: 07 Dec 2018
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Last updated: 12 Dec 2018

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Research in gene therapy is showing promise for non-surgical fertility control. This course showcases two research studies in gene therapy, followed by an extended Q&A with three researchers in this field.

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This course includes presentations on the following topics:
“Gene therapy with AAV9 Delivery of an MIS Transgene inhibits estrus in female cats” by Dr. David Pepin
“AAV-vectored generation of GnRH-binding immunoglobulins for non-surgical sterilization of domestic cats” by Dr. Lindsey Vansandt
A panel discussion with Dr. Kevin Morris, Associate Research Professor, Institute for Human-Animal Connection, University of Denver
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Our mission is to advance non-surgical fertility control so as to effectively and humanely reduce the number of unwanted cats and dogs.

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