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1. US20210403644 - Method For The Degradation Of Endogenous Protein

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United States of America
Application Number 17242647
Application Date 28.04.2021
Publication Number 20210403644
Publication Date 30.12.2021
Publication Kind A1
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Applicants University of South Carolina
Inventors Peisheng Xu
Title
(EN) Method For The Degradation Of Endogenous Protein
Abstract
(EN)

Described herein are systems and methods for the degradation of endogenous protein with the help of a nanocarrier, which has the advantage of easy scale-up and feasibility for in vivo application.


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