InteRNA, Collaborators Secure €1.2M Grant for microRNA Cancer Drug Development | GenomeWeb

InteRNA Technologies announced this week that it and collaborators from industry and academia have received a €1.2 million ($1.6 million) grant from the European Union to form a consortium to develop its microRNA-based treatment for head and neck cancer.

Called MiRacle, the effort will combine a miRNA mimic identified by InteRNA for its ability to kill cancer cells with a delivery technology created by Israeli firm Quiet Therapeutics.

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