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Towards organic electronic materials for electrically stimulated gene delivery: nanoparticles for biotherapeutic therapy

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Towards organic electronic materials for electrically stimulated gene delivery : nanoparticles for biotherapeutic therapy. / Hardy, John; Schmidt, Prof. Christine E.

Nanoparticles for biotherapeutic delivery. ed. / Joshua D. Ramsey; M. Laird Forrest. Vol. 2 Future Science Group, 2015. p. 58-70.

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Hardy, J & Schmidt, PCE 2015, Towards organic electronic materials for electrically stimulated gene delivery: nanoparticles for biotherapeutic therapy. in JD Ramsey & M Laird Forrest (eds), Nanoparticles for biotherapeutic delivery. vol. 2, Future Science Group, pp. 58-70. https://doi.org/10.4155/fseb2013.14.9

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Hardy, J., & Schmidt, P. C. E. (2015). Towards organic electronic materials for electrically stimulated gene delivery: nanoparticles for biotherapeutic therapy. In J. D. Ramsey, & M. Laird Forrest (Eds.), Nanoparticles for biotherapeutic delivery (Vol. 2, pp. 58-70). Future Science Group. https://doi.org/10.4155/fseb2013.14.9

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Hardy J, Schmidt PCE. Towards organic electronic materials for electrically stimulated gene delivery: nanoparticles for biotherapeutic therapy. In Ramsey JD, Laird Forrest M, editors, Nanoparticles for biotherapeutic delivery. Vol. 2. Future Science Group. 2015. p. 58-70 https://doi.org/10.4155/fseb2013.14.9

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Hardy, John ; Schmidt, Prof. Christine E. / Towards organic electronic materials for electrically stimulated gene delivery : nanoparticles for biotherapeutic therapy. Nanoparticles for biotherapeutic delivery. editor / Joshua D. Ramsey ; M. Laird Forrest. Vol. 2 Future Science Group, 2015. pp. 58-70

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abstract = "The cell-specific delivery of polynucleic acids (e.g., DNA, RNA), gene therapy, has the potential to treat various diseases. In this chapter we discuss the use of organic electronic materials as non-viral gene delivery vectors and the great potential for electrochemically triggered gene delivery. We highlight some examples in this chapter based on fullerenes (bucky balls and carbon nanotubes), graphenes and electroactive polymers, particularly those that include experiments in vivo.",
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