Cenix Bioscience, looking to leverage its expertise conducting high-throughput, high-content RNAi experiments in cultured human and rodent cells, has begun expanding its operations to eventually include contract-research work in animals, RNAi News has learned.

At the same time, the company is developing an siRNA-delivery technology that it expects to not only facilitate its in vivo work, but also enable RNAi-based therapeutics, according to Cenix CEO and CSO Chris Echeverri.

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