Metabolically stabilized long-circulating PEGylated polyacridine peptide polyplexes mediate hydrodynamically stimulated gene expression in liver

C. A. Fernandez, N. J. Baumhover, J. T. Duskey, S. Khargharia, K. Kizzire, M. D. Ericson, K. G. Rice

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