Explain methods and vectors, Biology

Match each of the methods or vectors below to an appropriate form of gene therapy, assigning two methods or vectors to each form. Use each method or vector only once.

Methods/vectors: particle bombardment, microinjection, liposome, electroporation, virus, chemical hole formation.

Forms of gene therapy: in vivo, in situ, ex vivo

 

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