The develop molecular transport vehicles for Genetic Therapiesresearcher at New York University, working on molecular delivery vehicles that are used to develop nucleic acid transport in various cell types, the possible applications may result in genetic therapies. Your work will be part of the part of the cover story in the November issue of the American Chemical Society publication Chemical and Engineering News described.
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