Accelerator-Backed Startup to Develop microRNA Drugs Based on Nanogen Tech | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Seattle-based biotech investment and development company Accelerator said today that it has funded the formation of a new microRNA therapeutics company that will develop and market technology licensed exclusively from Nanogen.
Mirina, the new entity, will focus on developing therapeutics using an oligonucleotide preparation method called Minor Groove Binder technology developed in Nanogen’s labs.

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