Ion Channels and Gene Therapy Symposium

When: 07.07.2023

Venue: Munich, Germany
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Meet the Nanion team at the Symposium

Dr. Kefan Yang (Application Scientist), Dr. Yeimar Portillo (Marketing and Sales Associate), Dr. Markus Rapedius (Product Manager 384 Chips), and Dr. Elena Dragicevic (Global Marketing Manager) are excited to meet you at the symposium and hear the great presentation from an excellent line-up of speakers.

About the Symposium

The international symposium will discuss possibilities for drug therapy of human ion channel diseases and the use of ion channels in gene therapy. The focus will be on recent findings on the physiology and pathophysiology of two-pore channels (TPCs), which may play a role in common brain diseases and in viral infections such as Ebola virus. Also in focus: gene therapy approaches to treat retinopathies caused by CNG channels. Mutation of a CNG channel subunit causes a number of severe retinopathies.

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