Copernicus Gene Systems Inc.
This article was originally published in Start Up
Executive SummaryGene Therapy. Copernicus has a DNA compaction technology that can condense DNA fragments and proteins into small bundles for delivery into cells without the use of viral vectors. Also, Copernicus has discovered two new receptor-based targeting systems. One involves a receptor found on the epithelial surface of the lung and the other is found in the liver. Copernicus also has an episomal expression technology.
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