97 days
11 hours
20 mins
3rd Spring School OXFORD UK

The European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy (ESGCT) promotes basic and clinical research in
gene therapy, cell therapy and genetic vaccines by facilitating education, the exchange of
information and technology, and by serving as a professional adviser to stakeholder communities
and regulatory bodies in Europe.

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This week in gene and cell therapy - 8 December 2017

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2017 ESGCT DG-GT Congress Education Day video now online

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This week in gene and cell therapy - 1 December 2017

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This week in gene and cell therapy - 24 November 2017

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This week in gene and cell therapy - 3 November 2017

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This week in gene and cell therapy - 27 October 2017

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New base editor extends machinery to correct single base pair mutations

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First FDA approval for CAR-T cell therapy

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First report of JCAR017 trial: CAR-T cell activity observed in the brain

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Step forward for gene editing in human embryos

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Mechanoresponsive stem cells target cancer metastases

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Gene addition of micro-dystrophin improves Duchenne muscular dystrophy symptoms in dogs

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Proof of concept for new strategy of genome editing to correct splice-site mutations

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Step forward for precision medicine - personalised anti-cancer vaccine tested in patients

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Genome editing used to treat Huntington's disease in mice

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New developments in blood cell therapy

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First clinical trial with in vivo genome editing

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Phase I trial of gene therapy for age-related macular degeneration completed

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ESGCT welcomes two Student Board Members

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Feng Zhang Discusses CRISPR and Future of Gene Editing in Interview in Human Gene Therapy

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New gene therapy success in a rare disease of the immune system: Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome

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First stem-cell therapy recommended for approval in EU

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