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    Resources: Similar sequence search for adeno-associated virus (AAV) [Sponsored Content]
    Submitted by Chilly Cui; posted on Friday, September 01, 2023



    Adeno-associated virus (AAV) is reckoned as one of the most propitious vectors for gene research and therapy. This perception is due to an amalgamation of characteristics such as its variant types, minimal immunogenicity, extensive safety considerations, the extensive range of host cells it can infect (including both dividing and non-dividing cells), its potent dissemination capabilities, and its ability to facilitate prolonged gene expression.

    In the context of the Patsnap Bio Sequence Database, it's possible to extract sequences analogous to definite AAV sequences and examine new AAV data from sources accessible to the public, thereby providing a catalyst for advanced AAV research.

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