Gene delivery is a process by which foreign DNA is transferred to host cells for applications such as genetic research or gene therapy. Gene delivery methods can be mechanical (e.g. microinjection, electroporation or biolistics), chemical (e.g. lipid or nanoparticle carriers) or biological (e.g. viral or bacterial vectors).
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