Role of Nanotechnology in Epigenetic Reprogramming.

Stem Cells Dev. 2014 Nov 24.

Kadengodlu PA1, Rai VR.

Abstract
With the recent advances in regenerative medicine, nanotechnology has created a niche for itself as a promising avenue in this field. Innumerable studies have been carried out by researchers using virus-based methodologies for the purpose of epigenetic reprogramming. Although this method is ostensibly safe, nonetheless, they are tagged with the risk of viral genome integration into the host genome or insertional mutagenesis. Transient transfection by the use of nanocarriers is the best way to overcome these problems. This review focuses on some of the significant works carried out by researchers utilizing nanocarrier systems that have shown promising results and thus created a landmark in the epigenetic reprogramming.

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Categories: . Bioweapon or Potential, . Epigenetic effect, . Virus engineering

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