With RNAi Technology On the Burner, CyGene Looks to Work Out Financial Kinks | GenomeWeb

It’s like Nobel Laureate and Alnylam Pharmaceuticals co-founder Phillip Sharp once said: The biggest issues facing RNAi therapeutics right now are delivery, delivery, and delivery.

Each company in the sector is working on its own solution to the problem as a matter of survival. But one small development-stage diagnostics firm may have come up with an answer inadvertently, and if it can pull itself out of some financial dire straits, it just may succeed with it.

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