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In total, CureVac holds a broad IP portfolio comprising more than 110 patent families covering different aspects of its mRNA platform, enabling the use and production of mRNA across a wide range of treatment modalities and disease indications.
It covers technologies by reviewing mRNA modifications and efficiencies, covering carriers for mRNA-based therapeutics, and more.
Conclusion: In RA, SIRT3 mRNA expression is increased, whereas SIRT2 mRNA expression is decreased.
After toiling with the microscope, researchers were able to see mRNAs moving down the neural stem cell's shaft, frame-by-frame.
The Einstein technology for observing the translation of single molecules of mRNA was developed primarily by Bin Wu, Ph.
Cost-effectiveness of DNA and mRNA based cervical cancer screening strategies: Preliminary results from an economic modeling analysis.
VEGF-A mRNA expression in Hypo Tr significantly increased in Pre (p = 0.
The complete workflow reduces customer library preparation costs by approximately 85 percent when compared to the original C1 mRNA Seq IFC costs, while maintaining the automation and reproducibility of the C1 platform.
m]pG was added or 2) is the methyl group found in the genomic RNA added during the mRNA synthesis or during the genome RNA synthesis, for example, to assemble segmented genomes?
Quantitative data (age, H and Y scale, the relative Nurr1 mRNA relative level) were shown as mean [+ or -] standard error (SE) or median and interquartile range, depending on the distribution of the data.
After mRNA is formed polypeptide chains are synthesized by translation of the mRNA molecule.