MONTREAL, May 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ - Advanomics Corporation, the parent company of Sunshine BiopharmaInc. (OTCBB Symbol: SBFM), is pleased to announce that it has recently received an RNA patent in Europe (European Patent Number: 1709199). This patent positions Advanomics as a leader in the hotly pursued and very
Advanomics's new RNA patents relates to methodology for rapid identification of all RNAs that can be made from any given piece of DNA. With this unique capability Advanomics is able to compare RNA profiles generated from Normal Tissue against Cancer Tissue and quickly identify new cancer targets for therapeutic intervention.
Advanomics Corporation is ready to license this new patent to companies interested in identifying therapeutically important RNAi molecules.
Advanomics Corporation is a privately held Canadian company focused on the research, development and commercialization of drugs for the treatment of various forms of cancer. Advanomics is conducting research and development in the area of Carbon-Difluoride Chemistry to generate novel anti-cancer compounds and in the area of RNA Technology for deciphering genomic information and rapid identification of disease related molecular targets for therapeutic intervention.
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SOURCE Sunshine Biopharma Inc.
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