RNA Interference

RNA interference is a biological process whereby RNA molecules inhibit gene expression or translation. Advances in this technology have led to highly specific and highly functional RNA molecules available for both common species such as Human and Mouse but also for other model organisms such as zebra fish, dog, pig, mosquito and cow just to name a few. There are now numerous ways to tap into the RNAi pathway, from the traditional siRNA synthetic duplexes to vector based microRNA as well as miRNA mimics, inhibitors and novel siRNAs designed against non-coding mRNA.



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