MD Anderson Researchers Discuss RNAi Drug Development Hurdles, Strategies | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – With recent advances in RNAi therapeutic payload design and delivery, the gene-silencing technology's potential as a key part of cancer management continues to grow. Yet careful target selection and delivery system validation, as well as a thorough understanding of target biology, are required to realize this promise, according to a team from MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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