Published in AIDS Weekly, January 30th, 2006
Although the gene and some of its functions are already known, this is the first evidence of involvement with the disease state of MS. The research also provides evidence that RPI-78M modulates the expression of this gene in laboratory assays. RPI-78M is the lead drug candidate of Nutra Pharma's holding, ReceptoPharm, Inc. and is being studied in preclinical assays for its efficacy in treating MS.
Eno Research and Development, Inc. (ERDI) was contracted by Nutra Pharma to analyze samples...
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