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By Doug Macron

Looking to extend the use of its research products into the therapeutics field, Altogen Biosystems has begun exploring whether its transfection technologies can be used to deliver siRNA-based drugs, RNAi News has learned.

When it comes to research, "each of our customers has their own focus for delivery, [whether it] be siRNAs, microRNAs, [or] antibodies, and we offer the tools," Andreas Kim, vice president of research and development at Altogen, said this week.

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