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Gene Inhibition Therapy

About gene inhibition 

A malfunctioning gene may produce toxic disease-causing proteins. The over-activation of some genes can encourage uncontrolled cell growth, leading to diseases, such as cancer. Gene inhibition therapy works to “silence” these genes, keeping them from producing the toxic proteins. Depending on the therapy and approach, this may involve completely shutting off the gene or reducing its capabilities, which may cause the cell containing the faulty gene to begin working correctly.