ACCELERATE DRUG DISCOVERIES USING GENOMICS AND COMPUTING
RNA splicing is a fundamental mechanism in molecular biology in which segments of messenger RNAs (mRNAs) are either retained or cut-out from the final transcript in a context dependent manner. The ability to selectively include or exclude portions of an mRNA allows the production of multiple mRNAs and hence multiple proteins from a single gene. Founded by world-renowned computational and experimental RNA biologists, Panorama integrates genomics, big data, and computing to develop therapeutic interventions for RNA defects in a wide variety of disease. Our proprietary genome-wide drug screening platform targets diseases treatable through modulation of RNA splicing.
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