Database to aid in RNA disease discovery

University of Buffalo researchers believe that they can use information in a database of RNA structures that bind to small molecules to target RNA structures involved in disease. The technique holds promise for myotonic dystrophy and may signal the start of a new approach to developing cures for other RNA-mediated diseases. Article

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