Hong Moulton

Hong Moulton, PhD, is an Associate Professor at Oregon State University. Her research focuses on improving delivery of Morpholino oligos into cells.  Morpholino oligomers are a class of steric-blocking antisense molecules that have been widely used to knock down gene expression, modify pre-mRNA splicing or inhibit miRNA maturation and activity.  Injection of Morpholinos into single-celled embryos of many creatures results in specific knockdown of targeted genes with little toxicity.
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Antisense Therapeutic Agents for Treatment of Covid-19
Morpholino Oligomers to Prevent and Treat Coronavirus Infection
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