In vivo Electroporation
- The administration of brief electrical pulses creates transient "pores" in the cell membranes, which allow chemotherapy drugs or large molecules such as nucleic acids to enter the cell cytoplasm. In addition, the electrical gradient inside the tissue allows transportation of the transduced molecule inside cell nuclei. Immediately following cessation of the electrical field, the pores seal.
- EVVIVAX Scientists have a long standing experience with this technology.