Dmitry Samarsky On Sequitur s Stealth RNAi and the Delivery Hurdle | GenomeWeb

After originally joining closely held RNAi firm Sequitur as a research scientist, Dmitry Samarsky quickly became more and more involved in the company’s business operations. Now Sequitur’s director of technology development, he recently spoke with RNAi News about the firm and its goals for developing RNAi-based therapeutics.

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