Releasing 2006 Guidance, Alnylam Stays On Track as CytRx Continues to Move from RNAi | GenomeWeb

Alnylam Pharmaceuticals released this week details about its product-development and business goals for 2006, announcing, among other things, that it will add an additional RNAi-based drug to its formal pipeline and release non-human primate data from its systemic RNAi program.

Also this week, early RNAi mover CytRx released guidance for the year, showing that it continues to distance itself from the gene-silencing technology as a therapeutic modality by focusing on its newer small-molecule drug and DNA vaccine programs.

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