Start-Up Calando Shows That Its RNAi Delivery System Works In Vivo | GenomeWeb

Calando Pharmaceuticals, an RNAi therapeutics firm founded in February, released last week preclinical data demonstrating that siRNAs delivered with the company's proprietary technology were able to inhibit tumor growth in a mouse model of Ewing's sarcoma without stimulating an interferon response.

The data, which validate Calando's delivery technology rather than forming the basis for a drug-development program, were presented at the American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting in Anaheim, Calif., the company said.

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