Our work is powered by a toolkit of five R&D approaches – two established platforms (chemistry and biotherapeutics) plus three advanced platforms (xRNA, radioligand therapy and gene and cell therapy) that will play an increasingly important role in making new medicines.
The discovery of low weight synthetic molecules that can be optimized as medicines.
Medicines derived from molecules of life, carefully engineered to treat specific diseases.
Therapies designed to block the production of disease-related proteins by targeting RNA.
A precision approach to delivering radiation directly to tumor cells while only minimally affecting surrounding healthy cells – almost like “a guided missile” to cancer cells.
Gene and cell therapy
Gene therapies modify part of a patient’s genes to help treat diseases, while cell therapy restores or alters certain cells or uses cells to carry a therapy in the body.