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aceRNA Technologies has raised funds from Nitto Denko and Mitsubishi UFJ Capital. aceRNA will use this capital to develop “smart gene therapy” (mRNA-based and virus-base) that enables
control of therapeutic transgene expression in cell-type and -state specific manner.
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We are pleased to announce that we have signed a joint research agreement with JCR Pharmaceuticals for the purpose of modifying cell functions by controlling gene expression using our RNA Switch® technology.
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In addition to the puromycin resistance gene mRNA already on the market, we have added blastcidin and hygromycin resistance gene mRNA to our product lineup. In addition to our RNA switch, by co-transferring with Cas9 mRNA or siRNA of other companies, cells with untransfected nucleic acid can be removed by drug treatment.
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aceRNA Technologies has raised funds from Kyoto University Innovation Capital, SMBC Venture Capital, and several individual investors.
aceRNA will use this capital to explore regenerative medicine and drug discovery targets using our technology.
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We are pleased to announce the commercialization and launch of a cell sorting reagent that utilizes RNA Switch™ technology. This product utilizes the RNA Switch™ technology invented by Professor Hirohide Saito and his colleagues at the Kyoto University iPS Cell Research Institute, and is a reagent that can identify or sort only specific cell types. The RNA switch for sorting using suicide genes is expected to make a significant contribution to the improvement of productivity in the research field, as it allows for quick and easy research without the use of special machinery by simply introducing it into cells.
aceRNA Technologies, which is based on the RNA switch technology invented by Professor Hirohide Saitoh of the Kyoto University iPS Cell Research Institute, has raised capital from Kyoto University Innovation Capital. We are pleased to announce that we will use the funds raised to promote research and development for the sale of RNA switch research reagents, and to further grow our business.