Gene therapy developers see an expanded viral toolbox

Being a gene therapy developer, Batavia Biosciences' Global Technical Director, Alfred Luitjens was interviewed topic by GEN.
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There are still many challenges in gene therapy analytics and manufacturing according to gene therapy developers. Our Global Technical Director,  Alfred Luitjens  was interviewed on this topic by Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. The interview was in response to his presentation on the manufacturing of a lentiviral vector for a gene therapy against RAG1-SCID at the PepTalk conference 2020.

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