Mirna Picks up Additional Rights to Marina Delivery Technology | GenomeWeb

Marina Biotech and Mirna Therapeutics this week announced that they have amended an existing licensing agreement to give Mirna greater access to Marina's Smarticle liposomal delivery technology for use with microRNA-based therapeutics.

In early 2012, the companies first inked their deal, which gave Mirna the right to use the delivery technology with its lead cancer candidate, the phase I miRNA mimic MRX34.

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