USPTO Publishes Four RNAi-Related Patent Applications | GenomeWeb

Title: Immunostimulatory siRNA Molecules and Uses Thereof

Number: 20060025366

Filed: June 30, 2005

Lead Inventor: Ian MacLachlan, Protiva Biotherapeutics

The invention "provides siRNA molecules and methods of using such siRNA molecules to modulate an immune response and to silence expression of a target gene," the patent application's abstract states.

Title: RNA Interference-Mediated Inhibition of Protein Tyrosine Phosphate-1B Gene Expression Using Short Interfering Nucleic Acid

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