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Novel viral vectors deliver useful cargo to neurons throughout the brain and body.

Viruses have evolved to be highly effective vehicles for delivering genes into cells, with these vectors becoming critical in delivering genes to treat disease or label neurons. As viral vectors have been stripped of their own genes and their ability to replicate, they are no longer infectious, therefore, achieving widespread gene delivery with the vectors is challenging. This is especially

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