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The growing understanding of the molecular mechanisms of both genetic and acquired diseases offers specific molecular targets for therapeutic intervention. The transfer of genetic material to the tissue-resident cells (gene therapy) or of healthy cells to the diseased tissue (cell therapy), as well as their combination by genetically engineered progenitors, are complementary approaches to correct the specific molecular cause of disease and restore lost function.
The "Preclinical Cell and Gene Therapy" section of Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology welcomes submissions on both basic and translational aspects of the development of innovative genetic and cellular therapies.
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