Data from: A systematic review and meta-analysis of gene therapy in animal models of cerebral glioma: why did promise not translate to human therapy?

Theodore C. Hirst, Hanna M. Vesterinen, Samantha Conlin, Kieren J. Egan, Ana Antonic, Aaron Lawson McLean, Malcolm R. Macleod, Robin Grant, Paul M. Brennan, Emily S. Sena & Ian R. Whittle
Background: The development of therapeutics is often characterized by promising animal research that fails to translate into clinical efficacy; this holds for the development of gene therapy in glioma. We tested the hypothesis that this is because of limitations in the internal and external validity of studies reporting the use of gene therapy in experimental glioma. Method: We systematically identified studies testing gene therapy in rodent glioma models by searching three online databases. The number...
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