Heralding a New Era of RNA Therapeutics
Recent advances in mRNA technology, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, mark the beginning of a therapeutic revolution in medicine, promising a new wave of RNA-based therapeutics to help tackle a wide range of illnesses.
However, there is an ongoing effort to overcome sensitive storage requirements, the risk of unwanted side effects from high doses and the short lifespan of synthetic mRNA.
This article explores how scientists are tackling these challenges and intensifying efforts to develop mRNA therapeutics for different diseases.
Download this article to learn more about:
- Lipid nanoparticles and other key advances in the breakthrough of mRNA therapeutics
- How researchers enhance the stability of synthetic mRNA for use in vaccines
- Targeting RNA-based therapeutics to specific tissues