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PiggyBac is a flexible and highly active transposon as compared to Sleeping Beauty, Tol2, and Mos1 in mammalian cells. Aronovich, E. The Sleeping Beauty transposon system: a non-viral vector for gene therapy. Fraley, R. Felgner, P. Lipofection: a highly efficient, lipid-mediated DNA-transfection procedure. USA 84 , — References 59 and 60 are the earliest studies to show lipid-mediated DNA delivery in vitro.

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Receptor-mediated in vitro gene transformation by a soluble DNA carrier system. Receptor-mediated gene delivery and expression in vivo. References 66 and 67 are among the first to investigate the possibility of targeted non-viral nucleic acid delivery in vitro and in vivo. Choi, Y. Polyethylene glycol-grafted poly-L-lysine as polymeric gene carrier. Release 54 , 39—48 Kim, S. Polylysine copolymers for gene delivery.