Schiroli G, Ferrari S, Conway A, Jacob A, Capo V, Albano L, Plati T, Castiello M, Sanvito F, Gennery A, Bovolenta C, Palchaudhuri R, Scadden D, Holmes M, Villa A, Sitia G, Lombardo A, Genovese P, Naldini L (2017) Preclinical modeling highlights the therapeutic potential of hematopoietic stem cell gene editing for correction of SCID-X1. Sci Transl Med 9(411):eaan0820. doi: 10.1126/scitranslmed.aan0820
Objective: To study potential approaches to gene therapy in mouse models of severe combined immunodeficiency.
Summary: The threshold of IL2RG gene editing can be reached for safe and efficient correction of SCID-X1 established in a preclinical model in human long-term repopulating HSPCs.
Usage: Biotinylated Anti-CD45 was mixed equimolar to Streptavidin-ZAP and administered as a single dose which caused substantial depletion (~70%) of the HSPC compartments and milder depletion of the more mature cell populations.
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