GLGT

AcronymDefinition
GLGTGreat Lakes Gas Transmission Company
GLGTGerm-Line Gene Therapy (genetics)
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But perhaps the most important point in the debate is the life-saving potential of GLGT. For example, it can correct debilitating and ultimately lethal sickle-cell anemia, in which the abnormal erythrocyte "sickle cells" obstruct small blood vessels, causing frequent infections, pain in the limbs, and damage to various organs, including the lungs, kidneys, spleen, and brain.
An appropriate--and, indeed, compelling--application of GLGT would be to correct debilitating and ultimately lethal sickle-cell anemia, the most common inherited blood disorder in the United States, which affects more than 100,000 patients.