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Arcturus' versatile RNA therapeutics platform can be applied toward all types of RNA medicines including small interfering RNA, messenger RNA, antisense RNA, microRNA and gene editing therapeutics.
Valera is leveraging Moderna's messenger RNA Therapeutics(TM) platform, an entirely new in vivo drug technology that produces human proteins, antibodies and entirely novel protein constructs inside patient cells, which are in turn secreted or active intracellularly.
If they grew their yeast in energy-rich broth that contained glycerol, a 3-carbon energy source, the riboswitch behaved as they expected, shutting off the glmS messenger RNA in response to increasing glucosamine concentrations.
Elpidera LLC, the third venture company formed by Moderna, is focused exclusively on the advancement of messenger RNA (mRNA) Therapeutics[sup.
Messenger RNA (mRNA) acts like a memory stick, transferring DNA instructions to proteinbuilding machinery in the cell.
To combat the toxic messenger RNA, the researchers used a class of drugs called "antisense compounds.
To assess the coordinated expression of particular genes, Singer and his colleagues measured the abundance of messenger RNA molecules transcribed by those genes in individual cells.
The editor (whose professional affiliation is not given) introduces messenger RNA (mRNA) as the mediator between DNA and proteins, transferring information to a particular gene from a strand of DNA via the process of transcription.
The latter image shows how RNA polymerase grasps DNA and how the enzyme chooses the correct building blocks for the messenger RNA.
Short for "electrophoretic tags," eTags are small fluorescent molecules linked to nucleic acids or antibodies and are designed to bind one specific messenger RNA or protein, respectively.
Sampling patients is tricky because messenger RNA, from which the key data are extracted, has a half-life of two to three minutes, so physicians must remove the tissue quickly, then plunge it into liquid nitrogen for storage.
March 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Moderna Therapeutics, a pioneer in the development of messenger RNA (mRNA) Therapeutics(TM) across a range of therapeutic applications, announced today that Tal Zaks, M.