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Inventor:
Renz; Harald
Address:
Marburg-Cappel, DE
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8247544 Method for producing a cell and/or tissue and/or disease phase specific medicament August 21, 2012
A DNAzyme is disclosed, which comprises: (i) a catalytic domain with a nucleotide sequence GGCTAGCTACAACGA or a modified sequence of comparable biological effect, which cleaves T-bet mRNA at every purine-pyrimidine binding site to which it is bound; (ii) a right substrate binding domai
8119789 Method for the production of a cell and/or tissue and/or disease phase specific medicament February 21, 2012
The present invention relates to a method for producing of a cell and/or tissue and/or disease phase specific medicament against against chronic inflammatory diseases. Disease, cell type, tissue and/or stage specific proteins and nucleic acids are identified with regard to their modified










 
 
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