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Modified mRNA Is the Key to Novel Anti-Cancer Therapy, Experts Offer
ScienceDaily (Mar. 20, 2011) — Modern gene therapies raise hopes of combating many diseases until now considered terminal. Nowadays, however, the methods are expensive and carry a risk of severe complications. Modifications to ribonucleic acid mRNA introduced by scientists from the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw in collaboration with the Louisiana State University are blazing a trail for safer and more effective gene drugs. Clinical trials of the first new-generation anti-cancer vaccine, developed in Germany with the aid of the Polish invention, will begin later this year.
Today, such methods concentrate on changing DNA. Yet manipulating genome is a risky venture. For years, scientists from the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw (FUW) have been working on a safer solution: modifying messenger RNA.