Pr. Pablo Bartolucci
Despite the undeniable progress of gene therapy in recent years, the treatment of sickle cell disease, through this approach, requires key improvements to achieve functional correction of all red blood cells of patients. It is therefore essential to have tools to evaluate the efficiency of gene therapy at the red blood cell level.
This project, in collaboration with teams of Annarita Miccio (Imagine) and Anne Galy (Genethon) aims to invent new analyzes that will better assess the benefits of gene therapy for treated patients. These new techniques include measuring the different types of hemoglobins and evaluating the physical and biological properties of red blood cells. These will be used to monitor patients before and after gene therapy to demonstrate its beneficial effects.
Nicolas Hébert (PhD)
Kim-Anh Nguyen-Peyre (post-doc)
Etablissement Français du Sang (co-financeur), DIM
IMRB (Institut Mondor de Recherche Biomédicale)
5 rue Gustave Eiffel
94 017 Créteil
Call of Projects 2017 Projects
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Keywords :Gene therapy hemoglobin Red blood cells Sickle cell disease