David A. Dean, Ph.D. University of Rochester
Principal Investigatorwork Box 850 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester NY 14642 office: MRBX 3-11126 p 585-275-5948 f 585-756-7780 David_Dean@urmc.rochester.edu Research Focus: Gene Therapy
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- Proteomic and Functional Analyses of Protein-DNA Complexes During Gene Transfer. Mol Ther. 21, 775-85. (2013 Apr 01).
- Cell-Specific Targeting Strategies for Electroporation-Mediated Gene Delivery in Cells and Animals. J Membr Biol. In press. (2013 Mar 24).
- Highly acetylated tubulin permits enhanced interactions with and trafficking of plasmids along microtubules. Gene Ther. In press. (2012 Sep 27).