Alnylam's gene-blocker study may help assuage safety worries

09/27/2007 | Bloomberg1

Alnylam Pharmaceutical's latest animal study may ease safety concerns over its experimental drugs derived from RNA interference, the company said. Researchers found that Alnylam's gene-blocking molecules were able to block about 80% of the genes' effects on mice without disturbing a critical cell regulation system.

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