Sirnaomics Licenses Polypeptide Nanoparticle Delivery Technology from University of Maryland Medical School | GenomeWeb

Sirnaomics said this week that it has licensed a polypeptide nanoparticle delivery technology developed at the University of Maryland Medical School.

"The licensing agreement grants Sirnaomics exclusive rights to a patent covering use of histidine-lysine polymer for siRNA therapeutics in the areas of wound healing and ocular diseases," the company said.

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