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RNA Technology Driving the New Wave of Therapeutics

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  • 15 Pages
  • September 2018
  • Region: Global
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • ID: 4622804

This Drug Discovery TOE depicts trends across RNA technology driving a new wave of therapeutics. Different, stable, non-Immunogenic mRNA therapies, targeted RNAi technologies and therapeutics, CAR T-cell therapy, antisense therapeutics, RNA-based delivery platforms, and DNA-directed RNAi approaches are discussed in the TOE. Clinical trials of HIV vaccines is also depicted.

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Table of Contents

1. RNA Technology Driving the New Wave of Therapeutics

Innovations in Drug Discovery and Development

  • Targeted RNAi Technology for Enhanced Disease Management
  • Developing Stable and Non-immunogenic mRNA Therapies
  • Enabling Potent Antisense Therapeutics
  • Fueling Novel RNA Therapy and Delivery Platforms
  • Enabling Targeted Delivery of RNAi Therapeutics
  • Positive Interim Data from Clinical Study of RNA-based Treatment
  • Long-term Expression Using DNA-directed RNAi Approach
  • Improving Immunotherapy by Enhancing CAR T-cell Therapy
  • RNAi Drug Enters Clinical Study for Scar Reduction and Bile Duct Cancer

Drug Discovery Technology Focus and Trends

  • Clinical Trial Analysis
  • Industry Interactions