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Tolerance to tissue-engineering products is a major obstacle hindering the clinical application of this rapidly advancing technology. Manipulation of central tolerance, by establishing thymus chimerism of both donor and host-derived haemopoietic cells (haemopoietic stem cell transplant — HSCT),...
Plants may serve as superior production systems for complex recombinant pharmaceuticals. Current strategies for improving plant-based systems include the development of large-scale production facilities as well as the optimisation of protein modifications. While post-translational modifications...
Millions of patients worldwide have benefited from technological innovation from biomaterials. Yet, while life expectancy continues to increase, organ failure and traumatic injury continue to fill hospitals and diminish the quality of life. Advances in understanding disease and tissue...
Bioprocess engineering has developed as a discipline to design optimal culture conditions and bioreactor operation protocols for production cell lines engineered for constitutive expression of desired protein pharmaceuticals. With the advent of heterologous gene regulation systems it has become...
In the past years, recombinase-based approaches for integrating transgenes into defined chromosomal loci of mammalian cells have gained increasing attention. This method is attractive since it enables to precisely integrate transgenes of interest into pre-defined integration sites, thereby...
Artificial chromosomes (ACs) are engineered chromosomes with defined genetic contents that can function as non-integrating vectors with large carrying capacity and stability. The large carrying capacity allows the engineering of ACs with multiple copies of the same transgene, gene complexes, and...
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