mRNA (messenger RNA) is a groundbreaking technology that holds immense potential in the field of medicine. It serves as a messenger molecule that carries instructions from DNA to produce proteins within our cells.
Unlike traditional drugs that target specific proteins or pathways, mRNA drugs work by delivering synthetic mRNA molecules into cells. Once inside the cell, these mRNA molecules provide instructions for the production of therapeutic proteins. The cell’s protein-making machinery then translates these instructions, leading to the synthesis of the desired protein. This innovative approach holds great promise in the field of medicine, as it allows for the targeted production of specific proteins to address various diseases.
At SirTLab, our dedicated team of scientists and researchers is focused on harnessing the potential of mRNA to develop treatments for age-related conditions. By precisely modulating cellular expression of SIRT6 protein, we aim to develop innovative therapy that target the underlying mechanisms of aging, opening new possibilities for extending healthspan and improving overall well-being