3rd annual conference on RNA in DRUG DEVELOPMENT
Venue: Shelter Pointe Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Nov 10, 2003||End Date/Time: Nov 11, 2003|
|Registration Date: Nov 10, 2003|
In it's 3rd year, RNA in Drug Development is designed to address the latest challenges within RNA Stability, RNA Delivery, Designing Functional siRNA's and discovering new opportunities for using RNA as a target.
This internationally recognized symposium will provide you with a competitive insight into the current state of RNA research and development by bringing together leading researchers focusing on areas such as: RNA intereference,
ribozymes, aptamers, antisense technology, alternative splicing and targets for antibiotic therapies.
Some topics addressed by our distinguished faculty:
• Biostable aptamers
• Alternative mRNA splicing
• Splicing by PNA
• Creating a comprehensive siRNA based library
• Chemically modified siRNA
• Identifying therapeutic targets using Inverse Genomics®
• Strategies for rational ligand discovery
• Microarrays to identify carbohydrate- RNA interactions
• Antisense mechanisms in drug development
Take advantage of this unique assemblance of experts from various areas of RNA research and discuss cutting-edge strategies using RNA in drug development. REGISTER TODAY!
— all new this year! —
Workshop on RNA Delivery
November 11, 2003
RNA has demonstrated great potential as a therapetic tool. However, efficient delivery of RNA to target remains a major challenge. This workshop focuses on efficient delivery of siRNA to retinal cells, Antisense delivery, Lenti Virus Vector mediated expression of RNAi, ssDNA expression systems and delivery of siRNA in Vivo.