Publications and Presentations

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Kansara et al - Suprachoroidally delivered non-viral DNA nanoparticles produce hMyo7A Protein in RPE-choroid in rabbits
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Kansara, et al - Suprachoroidally Delivered DNA Nanoparticles Transfect Retina and Retinal Pigment Epithelium/Choroid in Rabbits
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Holekamp - Suprachoroidally delivered non-viral DNA nanoparticles transfect chorioretinal cells in non-human primates and rabbits
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Viral Kinsara - Suprachoroidal Delivery of Viral and Nonviral Gene Therapy for Retinal Diseases
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MacCumber - Suprachoroidal Delivery for Ocular Gene Therapy: Nonclinical Experiments Evaluating Non-Viral DNA Nanoparticles in Non-Human Primates
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Kay - Suprachoroidal delivery for ocular gene therapy: nonclinical experiments evaluating non-viral DNA nanoparticles.
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Video Presentation - Suprachoridial administration of DNA nanoparticles transfect chorioretinal cells in primates and rabbits
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Kansara - Suprachoroidally delivered non-viral DNA nanoparticles transfect chorioretinal cells in non-human primates and rabbits
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Kiss - A Novel Approach to Ocular Gene Therapy: Evaluation of Suprachoroidally Administered Non-Viral DNA Nanoparticles in Rabbits
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Taraborelli, D., Noronha, G., Yoo, J., Laird, O., Cooper, M. - A One-week Study to Evaluate Safety, Tolerability, and Retinal Cell Transfection of Non-viral DNA Nanoparticles Administered by Suprachoroidal Injection
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As a courtesy to our stakeholders, Clearside Biomedical, Inc. lists posters and presentations delivered on, or related to our programs at various medical meetings and in various publications. Some of these materials may be authored by individuals outside the Company with or without funding from Clearside. Please note that the studies, data, opinions, and other disclosures made by these individuals may not fully reflect the status of the Clearside programs. Clearside Biomedical does not by its reference above or distribution necessarily imply its endorsement of or concurrence with such information, conclusions, or recommendations.