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History and Properties of Morpholino Antisense Oligos

This paper provides a very brief overview of the beginning of the antisense field, including the first antisense structural types, first patent, and first company in the field.

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Functionalizing Morpholino Oligos for Antisense Drug Research and Development

A Morpholino oligo itself is difficult to physically detect in a biological assay system, and is also poorly cell-permeable..

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