NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Intradigm Corporation has licensed rights to a nucleic acid delivery patent from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for use in RNAi drug development.
 
The Palo Alto-based company said the IP it has licensed covers a broad range of biodegradable polymer structures that are used in delivering RNAi-based therapeutics. It added that the license would enable it to pursue applications for its NanoPlex technology across a broader range of therapeutic indications.
 

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