volume 16, issue 9, P949-956 1997
DOI: 10.1076/ceyr.16.9.949.5046
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Abstract: Recombinant AAV mediates efficient gene transfer to RPE and ganglion cells, and to photoreceptor cells under certain conditions. Persistence of transgene expression is of long duration and without apparent histopathology. The greater stability, lower cytopathicity, and the ability to transduce retinal ganglion cells are three distinct features of the AAV vector compared to current adenovirus-based vectors.