Nucleic acid therapeutics are based on nucleic acids or closely related chemical compounds. They include antisense oligonucleotides, aptamers and small interfering RNAs, and are typically considered in cases where specific inhibition of the function of a particular gene involved in disease is thought to be therapeutically desirable.
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