MDRNA Inks Early-Stage Research Deal with Pfizer | GenomeWeb

MDRNA announced this week that it has begun a research study with Pfizer focused on RNAi drug discovery.

Under the deal, MDRNA will formulate Pfizer's oligonucleotides in its proprietary di-alkylated amino acids, or DiLA2, delivery vehicles for in vivo evaluation by the drugs giant. MDRNA will also design and synthesize UsiRNAs, duplex RNAs containing at least one non-nucleotide monomer, against Pfizer-specified targets.

Additional terms were not disclosed.

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