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<jats:p>Mutations in a large number of genes cause retinal degeneration and blindness with no cure currently available. Retinal gene therapy has evolved over the last decades to become a promising new treatment paradigm for these rare disorders. This article reflects on the ideas and concepts arising from basic science towards the translation of retinal gene therapy into the clinical realm. It describes the advances and present thinking on the efficacy of current clinical trials and discusses potential roadblocks and solutions for the future of retinal gene therapy.</jats:p>

Original publication

DOI

10.1159/000445782

Type

Journal article

Journal

Ophthalmologica

Publisher

S. Karger AG

Publication Date

2016

Volume

236

Pages

1 - 7