RNAi Startup SanoGene Moves Brain Cancer Drug into IND-Enabling Studies | GenomeWeb

Having recently appointed the first two members of its scientific advisory board, RNAi therapeutics startup SanoGene has begun studies to support an investigational new drug application for its lead drug candidate, a company official told RNAi News last week.

SanoGene was founded to develop and commercialize an expressed RNAi technology developed in the lab of cancer researcher Jasti Rao at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria, according to company co-founder, President, and interim CEO Caralynn Nowinski.

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