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Title:

The Stunning Potential of Gene Silencing: Nobel Laureate Craig C. Mello

Price:

$81.00

Provider:

Streetwise Reports

Date:

21 Nov 2013

Pages:

8

Type:

AcrobatPDF

Companies referenced:

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Summary:

The era of gene regulation has begun in earnest. Craig Mello and Andrew Fire won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2006 for discovering RNA interference, which can stop genes in their tracks. Drug therapy traditionally has been about finding a molecule that would bind to a protein and short-circuit the reaction pathway that led to disease. Thanks to Mello and Fire, it is now possible to prevent synthesis of the protein itself. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Craig Mello, professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, discusses the stunningly disruptive potential of technologies that can silence genes. He also mentions some interesting companies in the field.

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