Regulus Hits First Milestone in miRNA Inflammatory Disease Deal with GlaxoSmithKline | GenomeWeb

Regulus Therapeutics today announced that it has successfully delivered microRNA inhibitors into mice and identified changes in target gene expression in their immune cells, reaching the first discovery milestone in its collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline.

"This milestone is further evidence that microRNAs represent disease targets whose therapeutic modulation could revolutionize the way we treat immune diseases," Regulus CSO Peter Linsley said in a statement. "We are particularly pleased that this has been achieved in the first year of the collaboration."

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