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New TMSPC-8i: Improved Tm System for Nucleic Stability Analysis

Nucleic acid drugs are a generic term for drugs made of oligonucleic acids consisting of a dozen or more bases of nucleic acid or modified nucleic acid linked together and manufactured by chemical synthesis. Nucleic acid drugs have been actively developed in recent years as next-generation innovative therapeutics because they can target molecules such as mRNA that conventional low-molecular-weight drugs and antibody drugs cannot.

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