Gene Therapy

 It is a technique which aims at treating diseases by genetically modifying population of cells into the patient body instead of using drugs and surgery to prevent from any disorder. Various methods have been developed for the gene delivery to the target cells which includes viral and non-viral systems. It is a creation of producing new cells that will produce a specific neurotransmitter which is dopamine to protect the neural system and then these cells are transplanted to the patient having Parkinson’s disease because the neurons cannot be renewed further. Some important reasons are there for focusing gene therapy which includes firstly there is no cure for PD disease; secondly some genes which are identified can modulate the neuron phenotype. 

  • Neural Degeneration
  • Neuturin Gene Therapy for Parkinson’s disease
  • Surgical therapeutics for Parkinson’s disease
  • Neurotrophic Factor

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