Frank Chisari, Jules Dienstag, Thomas London, John McHutchison, Robert Perrillo, and Robert Desimone | GenomeWeb

Nucleonics recently named the members of its clinical advisory board, including Frank Chisari; Jules Dienstag; Thomas London; John McHutchison; and Robert Perrillo.

Chisari is professor of virology and head of the division of experimental pathology at the Scripps Research Institute. According to Nucleonics, his work extends into the fields of hepatitis B and C, as well as cancer. Recently, Chisari and his colleagues used RNAi to suppress replication of hepatitis in cell culture and animal models, the company said.

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