With Antisense Rx Already in Phase I, Bio-Path Eyes RNAi Rx Market | GenomeWeb

By Doug Macron

With an antisense-based drug already in a small phase I study, Bio-Path Holdings has begun eyeing the RNAi space with the hope that the ongoing clinical trial will confirm the efficacy of its proprietary delivery technology and help it secure capital to advance an siRNA therapeutic into the clinic.

Bio-Path was founded in 2007 to commercialize a drug-delivery approach developed at MD Anderson Cancer Center that involves the use of neutral lipids to carry oligonucleotide payloads.

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