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|Voyager Therapeutics Announces Multiple Data Presentations at the Congress of the European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy|
“Intraputaminal AADC gene therapy for advanced Parkinson's disease: Interim Results of a Phase 1b Trial.” An oral presentation is scheduled for
“Translation of Intravenous Delivery of AAV Gene Therapy for the Treatment of CNS Diseases.” Poster P209.
“Rescue of Central and Peripheral Neurological Phenotype in a Novel Mouse Model of Friedreich's Ataxia by Intravenous Delivery of AAV Frataxin.” Poster P107.
“Enabling Large-Scale Manufacturing of rAAV Vectors with the Baculovirus/Sf9 Production System.” Poster P324.
“Translation of Intrathecal Delivery of an AAV Gene Therapy Targeting SOD1 for the Treatment of ALS.” Poster P207.
“AAV Gene Delivery of an Anti-Tau Antibody using a Novel Blood Brain Barrier Penetrant Capsid in Wild Type and P301S Tauopathy Mice.” Poster P229.
“Selection of an AAV Gene Therapy Targeting Huntingtin for the Treatment of
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