Kylin Therapeutics, Purdue University, AeonClad, Millipore, Burnham Institute, Panagene, Copenhagen Inventor Group | GenomeWeb
Kylin Therapeutics Licenses pRNA IP from Purdue
Kylin Therapeutics said last week that it has obtained an exclusive license to RNA interference delivery technology from Purdue University.
The license agreement covers more than a dozen patent applications covering packaging RNA, or pRNA, which was invented by Peixuan Guo, former professor of molecular virology and biomedical engineering at Purdue.
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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