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2´F-modified RNA from TriLink Used to Modulate the Immune System through Activation of RIG-I

Modified RNA has been of interest for some time due to its relevance in the therapeutic landscape. In particular, immune activation by therapeutic RNAs can be advantageous for treating cancers. Earlier this year, researchers from Duke University published a study that utilized 2´Fluoro (2´F) modified RNA from TriLink to differentially regulate the activation of pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) of the immune system. The ability to modulate the immune system may provide a broader range of control and specificity that will enable greater therapeutic application targeting.

Though researchers initially focused on different categories of small RNA, such as RNA interference (RNAi) and small interfering RNA (siRNA) to control gene expression and regulate disease, more recently RNA aptamers and mRNA have...

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