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A Delivery Method for a Gene Correction Reagent in Mammalian Cells Including Hematopoietic and Other Stem Cells
Current State of the Art:Gene therapy involves the use of introducing healthy genes into a patient whose own genes are defective.  In theory, the genes introduced will combine with the patient’s DNA in targeted cells to trigger production of healthy cells.  Gene therapy has become a viable medical treatment option for certain diseases.  Many curren...
Published: 8/14/2019   |   Inventor(s): Steffen Meiler, William Dynan
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Category(s): Therapeutics
GA Tech has lead - Microirradiator for Treatment of Skin Tumors
Current State of the Art: The incidence of cancer is rising worldwide, with more than 11 million cases recorded annually. Incidence is expected to increase further, driven by rising life expectancy rates and aging global population. This is expected to increase the demand in the radiation therapy market which is currently experiencing techno...
Published: 8/13/2019   |   Inventor(s): Jiri Janata, Jennifer Steeb, Miraslawa Josowicz, William Dynan, Wendy Kuhne
Keywords(s): Radiation, Targeting
Category(s): Medical Devices
Sensitive Detection of Peptide Fragments Specific to Galectin-3 for the Detection and Monitoring of Well-differentiated Thyroid Cancer, Head and Neck Cancer, Lung Cancer, Colorectal Cancer and Other Cancers and Disease States
Current State of the Art:The detection of head and neck cancers, i.e. thyroid cancers, colorectal and other types of cancers are normally done via MRI or other non-specific tests. Problems with the Current Art:Such tests are not as accurate or time sensitive to identify the progression of the tumor in its early stage.Advantages of the Novel Inventi...
Published: 8/13/2019   |   Inventor(s): Paul Weinberger, John Koomen, William Dynan, David Terris, Sunny Khichi, Mark Merkley
Keywords(s): Cancer, Diagnostics, Peptides
Category(s): Diagnostics
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