Microbubble-mediated delivery of human adenoviruses does not elicit innate and adaptive immunity response in an immunocompetent mouse model of prostate cancer.


Department of BioMolecular Sciences, University of Mississippi, University, MS, USA. [Email]


Gene transfer to malignant sites using human adenoviruses (hAds) has been limited because of their immunogenic nature and host specificity. Murine cells often lack some of the receptors needed for hAds attachment, thus murine cells are generally non-permissive for human adenoviral infection and replication, which limits translational studies.


Adaptive immunity,Gene transfer,Innate immunity,Microbubbles,Prostate cancer,