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- An 'Oncolytic’ (cancer killing) adenovirus is being developed to selectively infect and kill cancer cells!

- Unlike most gene therapy vectors, this virus is equipped to make copies of itself in infected cancer cells and destroy them.

- By deleting adenovirus genes required for replication in normal cells, this oncolytic virus is made tumour-specific!

 

 

 

 

Find out more about the work of the Gill Hyde Gene Medicine research group at the University of Oxford.