Regulus Files for Initial Public Offering | GenomeWeb

Regulus Therapeutics, the microRNA drug joint venture between Alnylam Pharmaceuticals and Isis Pharmaceuticals, has filed with US regulators to begin selling its shares on the public market.

The move to float its shares has been expected for some time, as Regulus in 2010 began looking to fill positions with duties related to the activities of a public company (GSN 9/23/2010).

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