Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, November 12th, 2009
"We found that NIAS-Bm-oyanagi2 was the most effective cell line for RNAi. Expression of long-hairpin RNA containing an approximately 500 base-pair stem region suppressed expression of a reporter target gene by more than 99% in this cell line. Furthermore, the loop sequence of hairpin RNA was not as important to RNAi efficiency as previously observed in Drosophila...
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