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4th RNAi Research & Therapeutics

20 Jun 2013 - 21 Jun 2013 - San Francisco, CA, USA



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Since the discovery of RNAi, scientists have hoped that by understanding its mechanisms, they could transform what has become an invaluable research tool into a game-changing therapeutic modality. Today, with more compounds entering the clinic and RNAi-related research growing, it is clear the field is growing. Today, with more compounds entering the clinic and RNAi-related research growing, it is clear the field is growing.

GTC is proud to once again bring together the leading experts across industry and academia to meet, discuss and exchange their findings on RNAi and advances in delivery, therapeutics, technology and other applications. Join us as we talk more in-depth about current hot topics in the field such as miRNA, non-coding RNA, gene-editing and CRISPRs and many more.

 

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