Snapshot: Despite Advances in RNAi Science, the Field Sees Departures of Would-Be Rx Developers | GenomeWeb

Last week, Targeted Genetics announced that it may shutter its doors as soon as the end of the month if it is unable to find new sources of financing (see related story, this issue).

While most companies working in the RNAi drugs field have been able to secure the money needed to maintain operations, despite a difficult economy, Targeted Genetics wouldn’t be the first to exit the space under unfavorable circumstances.

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