A New Study Shows Promise in Using RNA Nanotechnology to Treat Cancers and Viral Infections

by Krishna Bora on  September 7, 2012 at 1:54 PM Cancer News
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A new study by University of Kentucky researchers shows promise for developing ultrastable RNA nanoparticles that may help treat cancer and viral infections by regulating cell function and binding to cancers without harming the surrounding tissue.
A New Study Shows Promise in Using RNA Nanotechnology to Treat Cancers and Viral Infections
A New Study Shows Promise in Using RNA Nanotechnology to Treat Cancers and Viral Infections

The study, published in Nano Today, was carried out in the laboratory of Peixuan Guo, the William S. Farish Endowed Chair in Nanobiotechnology at the UK Markey Cancer Center, in collaboration with Dr. Mark Evers, director of the UK Markey Cancer Center.

Source: Eurekalert

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