RNA Isosteric Trinucleotide Mimetics Library
RNA Isosteric Trinucleotide Mimetics (rITM) Library – 3D Biodiversity Library, the first principle small molecules library specifically designed for targeting RNA expansion repeats.
It is unique chemistry with strong IP potential, customizable to your specific needs: size, cherry-picking, lead-likeness profiling, format options and delivery options.
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