Antisense Oligonucleotides For The Treatment Of Leber Congenital Amaurosis

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21 sequences found in this patent (in total)

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SEQ ID NO
Length
Sequence Type
Locations
Declared organism
Determined organism
Occurrence
Tools
SEQ ID NO
1
Length
93,203
Sequence Type
nucleotide
Locations
Summary
Declared organism
Homo sapiens
Determined organism
Occurrence
11 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
2
Length
7,972
Sequence Type
nucleotide
Locations
Undetermined
Declared organism
Homo sapiens
Determined organism
Occurrence
42 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
3
Length
2,479
Sequence Type
peptide
Locations
Undetermined
Declared organism
Homo sapiens
Determined organism
Occurrence
91 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
4
Length
128
Sequence Type
nucleotide
Locations
Summary
Declared organism
Homo sapiens
Determined organism
Occurrence
18 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
5
Length
997
Sequence Type
peptide
Locations
Undetermined
Declared organism
Homo sapiens
Determined organism
Occurrence
11 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
6
Length
143
Sequence Type
nucleotide
Locations
Summary
Declared organism
Homo sapiens
Determined organism
Occurrence
11 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
7
Length
42
Sequence Type
nucleotide
Locations
Claims, Summary
Declared organism
Homo sapiens
Determined organism
Occurrence
11 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
8
Length
24
Sequence Type
nucleotide
Locations
Summary
Declared organism
Homo sapiens
Determined organism
Occurrence
11 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
9
Length
20
Sequence Type
nucleotide
Locations
Detailed Description
Declared organism
Artificial
Determined organism
Occurrence
51 times in PatSeqDB
Tools
SEQ ID NO
10
Length
16
Sequence Type
nucleotide
Locations
Claims, Detailed Description, Summary
Declared organism
Artificial
Determined organism
Occurrence
18 times in PatSeqDB
Tools

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