Using LIMS For Gene Therapy Research

Gene therapy is a state-of-the-art medical intervention that introduces therapeutic genes into a patient’s cells to treat or prevent disease. Gene therapy, which fixes the underlying genetic cause of a disorder, might provide a long-term or even permanent cure. This technique may be used to add healthy genes, edit precise genetic patterns, or silence illness-causing genes. Breakthroughs in gene therapy have the potential to cure numerous diseases, from inherited genetic disorders and cancer to viral infections, and can provide personalized therapy at the molecular level by treating the fundamental cause of disease.