Nucleic Acid Based Therapeutic Delivery System

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Sakshi Minocha Manoj Sharma Ashish Agarwal Anil Kumar Gupta
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Nucleic acids have change biomedical research and become essential research tools. Nucleic acid molecules are useful in a variety of biochemical, diagnostic, and therapeutic applications. Gene therapy is a technique used to correct defective genes which are responsible for disease development. Gene therapy involves the transference of new genetic material to the cell for obtaining a therapeutic benefit, which offers new option for the treatment of various diseases. Nucleic acid-based molecules (deoxyribonucleic acid, complementary deoxyribonucleic acid, complete genes, ribonucleic acid, and oligonucleotides) are used as research tools within the gene therapy and in molecular medicine


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MINOCHA, Sakshi et al. Nucleic Acid Based Therapeutic Delivery System. International Journal of Current Trends in Science and Technology, [S.l.], v. 8, n. 03, p. 20181-20195, mar. 2018. ISSN 0976-9730. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 24 mar. 2019. doi:
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