Science behind microRNA
What are microRNA?
How do microRNA act ?
microRNAs act by silencing the mRNA (messenger RNA) that prevents protein expression, revealing a new understanding of the body’s functioning and emerging diseases
During the emergence and progression of a disease, there is an imbalance of microRNA which leads to an increase or decrease in the expression of specific proteins
Due to the importance of microRNAs in disease progression, our therapy proposes to act on specific microRNAs reposition or inhibition to regress the condition by going back to normal settings.
Our Treatment Programs
Through our platform, we discover and develop new molecules based on microRNAs for the treatment of diseases without current treatment options. Our molecules have specific targets for skeletal muscle atrophy and liver disease.
Learn more about our molecules being developed here.