Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, July 27th, 2006
"RNA interference (RNAi) represents a powerful method for specific gene silencing. It is mediated through small double-stranded RNA molecules (siRNAs) which sequence-specifically trigger the cleavage and subsequent degradation of their target mRNA," wrote S. Werth and colleagues, University of Marburg.
They continued, "One critical factor that determines the success of RNAi is the ability to deliver intact siRNAs into...
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