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novel therapeutics

against enzymes that contribute to the dysregulation    
of RNA and DNA processes in serious diseases

Coordinated regulation of RNA and DNA
processes are required for maintaining cellular health

Various RNA and DNA processing and signaling mechanisms contribute to maintaining cellular homeostasis, including metabolism, differentiation, and responses to external stimuli.

There is growing biological understanding around various enzymes involved in these mechanisms and how their dysregulation contributes to serious diseases such as cancer and autoimmune diseases.

Bubbles that say the words repairing, splicing, sensing, and modifying.

Targeting RNA and DNA-processing
and signaling enzymes in disease represents a

unique opportunity for
developing novel therapeutics.