Human embryonic kidney cells stained with different colored dyes

Recording transcriptional histories

Reporter gene expression history in cells is recorded with engineered fluorescent protein fibers


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    "Cracking the Code: The Dawn of Nucleic Acid Medicines" will discuss the development of nucleic acid medicines — both the recent clinical successes, and current and upcoming challenges. By bringing together academics in basic and translational research and their peers in thriving biotechnology companies and promising start-ups, the conference aims to foster dialog and to spearhead collaborations.

  • RNA molecules

    Small molecules that target messenger RNA have therapeutic potential, but the field still lacks an unqualified success. Companies differ on how to move the resurgent field forward.

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