Genetic vectors are vehicles for delivering foreign DNA into recipient cells. Vectors can replicate autonomously and typically include features to facilitate the manipulation of DNA as well as a genetic marker for their selective recognition. The most common vectors are DNA plasmids, viruses and artificial chromosomes.
Latest Research and Reviews
Research | | openScientific Reports 7, 10596
News and Comment
Editorial |Gene Therapy 24, 1–2
Correspondence |Nature Biotechnology 30, 316–317
Correspondence |Nature Biotechnology 30, 35–37