Small interfering RNA mediated multi-target therapy of cancer

Rong-guang Shao
2009 Yao xue xue bao = Acta pharmaceutica Sinica  
It has been reviewed that as many as hundreds genes are dysregulated in various kinds of cancers, yet most therapies are targeted toward a single gene. Recently, the mode of cancer treatment has been changed by a shift in thinking from mono-target to multi-target therapies. There is considerable evidence that these have a higher possibility of success than mono-target therapy, and multi-target therapy should remain the most attractive avenue for future treatment strategies. In this article, we
more » ... n this article, we attempt to provide evidence for the role of small interfering RNA in multi-target therapy of cancer.
pmid:19449517 fatcat:mxcg65r2bjf5fcdnnz4nm7dbzy