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Gene therapy: Transgenic stem cells replace skin

Nature volume 551, pages 306307 (16 November 2017) | Download Citation

The treatment of a patient affected by an incurable genetic skin disease demonstrates the efficacy, feasibility and safety of replacing almost the whole skin using genetically corrected stem cells. See Letter p.327

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  1. Mariaceleste Aragona and Cédric Blanpain are in the Laboratory of Stem Cells and Cancer, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 1070 Brussels, Belgium.

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