Title: Nanogenomics for Medicine: siRNA Engineering

Patent Number: 8,222,220

Filed: May 12, 2009

Lead Inventor: Ancha Baranova, George Mason University

The invention, the patent's abstract states, comprises “materials and methods for the delivery of siRNA and the production of nanoparticles useful for the delivery of siRNA. Methods of treating a disease or disorder using the nanoparticles described herein also are disclosed.”

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