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US20040226057: In vivo transfection in avians

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Inventor(s) Markley Leavitt · Dawn Eberhardt · Timalynn Matthews · Leandro Christmann ·
Assignee(s) None listed in document.
Correspondent AVIGENICS, INC. ·
Application Number US10842606
Filing date 05/10/2004
Publication date 11/11/2004
Predicted expiration date 03/01/2024
U.S. Classifications 800/19  · 119/300  ·
International Classifications A01K067/027  ·
Kind CodeA1
Related U.S. Application Data0001 The present application is a continuation-in-part of U.S. patent application Ser. No. 10/790,455 filed Mar. 1, 2004, the disclosure of which is incorporated by reference in its entirety herein and claims priority from U.S. Provisional Patent Application Ser. No. 60/469,527, filed May 9, 2003, the disclosure of which is incorporated by reference in its entirety herein.
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Abstract

The present invention provides for methods of producing a transgenic avians which may include delivering a heterologous nucleic acid to oviduct tissue of an avian wherein the nucleic acid enters a cell of the oviduct tissue and is expressed.

Independent Claims | See all claims (57)

  1. 1. A method of producing a transgenic avian comprising: delivering nucleic acid to oviduct tissue of an avian under pressure wherein the nucleic acid enters a cell of the oviduct tissue and is expressed, thereby producing a transgenic avian.
  2. 25. A method of producing a transgenic avian comprising: delivering nucleic acid to avian oviduct tissue though a blood vessel and under pressure wherein the nucleic acid enters a cell of the oviduct tissue and is expressed, thereby producing a transgenic avian.
  3. 44. A method of producing a transgenic avian comprising: delivering nucleic acid to oviduct tissue of an avian by electroporation wherein the nucleic acid enters a cell of the oviduct tissue and is expressed, thereby producing a transgenic avian.

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US7608451 Transgen Rx, Inc. Richard K. Cooper et al. Oct 2009
US7527966 TransGenRx, Inc. Richard K. Cooper et al. May 2009
US8071364 TransGenRx, Inc. Richard Cooper et al. Dec 2011

Patent Family

Document NumberAssigneeInventorsIssue/Pub Date
US20040226057 Markley Leavitt et al. Nov 2004
US7381712 AviGenics, Inc. Leandro Christmann et al. Jun 2008