In Another First, Intradigm Announces Publication of RNA Interference Drug Data | GenomeWeb

Vying for its own place among the growing number of RNAi-therapeutics firsts, Intradigm said this week that it is the first to publish data “in preclinical disease models of clinically viable systemically administered RNAi therapeutics.”

The company’s statement comes about a month after one of its RNAi-based drug peers staked a similar claim to primacy in the field, and underscores the notion that being first depends a lot on how one defines the race being run.

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