ROCKVILLE, Md.--Human Genome Sciences here has teamed up with Cato Holding, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in Boston, and researcher Jeffrey Isner to launch Vascular Genetics, a new company to develop and commercialize gene therapy products that rely on a delivery technique invented by Isner, who is St. Elizabeth's chief of cardiovascular research. The technique involves injecting genetic material directly into patients with clogged arteries to make new arteries grow.

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