Alnylam Adds New Program to Pipeline as It Shelves Anemia Candidate | GenomeWeb

Alnylam Pharmaceuticals this week provided an update to its research and development activities, adding a new preclinical program to its pipeline with ALN-AS1 for acute intermittent porphyria while dropping its refractory anemia drug ALN-HPN in order to focus on “higher priority” efforts.

Notably, the ALN-AS1 program will take advantage of Alnylam's GalNAc conjugate liver-delivery strategy, reflecting the company's growing focus on conjugates, which CEO John Maraganore described in 2011 as “the future for delivery of small interfering RNAs.”

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