"Messenger RNA is like a ball of string; you need to know which areas are available for binding," says Darrin Disley, head of marketing at ExpressOn. "The current technology has you snip one base at a time, but a gene can have 10,000 bases so you have to do so many experiments. There's a very high failure rate; it's expensive and slow."
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