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AUA 2008: Maxi-K gene transfer may prove to be safe and effective erectile dysfunction treatment
Date:5/14/2008

D., one of the studys authors. The importance of these observations in clinical and pre-clinical trials is that it appears that gene transfer with the Maxi-K channel enhances both erectile capacity as well as other important measures of sexual behavior.

Researchers also presented updated data reaffirming that human patients being treated with hMaxi-K therapy for ED were not adversely affected. The trial, conducted with 11 men between the ages of 18 and 65 with moderate to severe ED who received previous unsuccessful treatment, concluded that direct, organ-targeted, naked DNA gene transfer with hMax-K produced no treatment-related adverse events and the treatment is not associated other diseases or conditions. These results open the door to further testing involving Maxi-K gene transfer and could lead to its effective use in treating the human population.


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Contact: Lacey Holt
lholt@auanet.org
American Urological Association
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