CalTech Spinoff Insert Therapeutics Looks to Use RNAi in Inhalable Drugs, Medical Devices | GenomeWeb

Delivery is perhaps the biggest hurdle for those racing to develop RNAi therapeutics — so much so that developing solutions to the problem has become a virtual cottage industry. Companies including Intradigm and Mirus have been working on delivery for some time, while others, such as newcomer Nastech, are just starting to get in on the action (see RNAi News, 2/6/2004).

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