Emerging therapies in genodermatoses

Nanette Silverberg
Clinics in Dermatology 2020, 38 (4): 462-466
The human genome project yielded a compendium of genetic material that has allowed rapid advancement both in the technique of whole exome sequencing and also in the ability to identify single gene defects. The next generation of genetics has investigated how these genes interact in the development of disease, identifying pathways of illness and end organ tissue abnormal development. From the knowledge of single genes and pathways of genodermatosis development arises the opportunity to produce genetic therapies. This contribution reviews some of the exciting, emerging genetic therapies in genodermatoses.

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