The two-part approach pRNA overcame overcame challenges of size limitations in chemical synthesis of RNA nanoparticles, Guo wrote: the resulting nanoparticles were competent in the provision. And releasing therapeutics to cells and silence the genes within them. The ability to chemically synthesize these nanoparticles can be used for further chemical modification of RNA for the stability and specific targeting. .
Guo says the size of the constructed pRNA molecule is essential for the effective delivery of therapeutic agents for the treatment of diseased tissue.
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