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DNA The Division of Cellular and Molecular Therapy consists of a group of investigators having shared interests in both the molecular and cellular biology of AAV and parvovirus B19 as eminently suitable vectors for human gene therapy. It also serves as a reference point for collating the in-flow and out-flow of ideas and materials relevant to application of parvovirus vectors in basic science research and clinical trials on campus as well as elsewhere throughout the scientific community.

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February 7, 2018

Saturday, April 21, 2018 Westwood Middle School, 3215 NW 15th Ave. Gainesville, FL, 32605 Play, cheer and make miracles at the second annual UF Health Celebrity Gridiron Challenge. The event […]

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