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Nonviral ex vivo modification of cell therapy-relevant cell types

Transfection is the process of introducing foreign material, generally nucleic acids (DNA or RNA), into cells. Introduction of foreign nucleic acids using various chemical, biological, or physical methods can result in a change of the properties of the cell, allowing for the study of gene function and protein expression in the context of the cell, or transformation of the cell into a potential cell therapy product such as a CAR T cell.

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