Keyword: King's College London
The initiative is seeking to build on the progress of British cell and gene therapy university spinouts such as Autolus and Orchard Therapeutics.
An amino acid switch controls protein expression in cultured cells and mouse embryos and could be used to control gene therapies.
Researchers from King's College London designed a gene therapy that can be switched off once it has treated a spinal cord injury.
King’s College researchers have discovered that nitric oxide, which controls blood pressure, originates in nerves rather than in blood vessels. This could lead to the development of better hypertension drugs.
A team from University College London and King’s College London reduced the effects of uveitis in mice using cancer drugs, representing a potential new avenue for treating autoimmune disease.