Santaris Plans IND for First miRNA Drug By Year End, Puts IPO Plans on Hold | GenomeWeb
Santaris plans to file an investigational new drug application for a microRNA antagonist for metabolic diseases before the end of the year, a move that would put the Danish company on track to become the first to test an miRNA drug in humans, a company official said last week.
Meantime, another official has said that the company has put on hold its plan to become publicly traded.

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