iNFixion Bioscience launches building of tools to help study NF1 haploinsufficiency

iNFixion Bioscience announced ongoing collaborations with individual researchers from the University of Arizona, the University of Alabama Huntsville, and the Broad Institute in order to build tools to study NF1 haploinsufficiency.  These projects include developing machine learning models to identify compounds impacting NF1 gene expression and the development of synthetic transcription factors to specifically increase NF1 protein expression during in vitro experimentation.  These efforts are being supported in part by grants from NF Northeast and NF North Central, both regional members of NF Network, a national organization advocating for and supporting individuals and families impacted by Neurofibromatosis.