Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, June 24th, 2003
RNA-interference is a powerful new tool used by genetic researchers to knock down, or silence, specific genes in order to assess their function. Use of Dharmacon's SARS siARRAY Gene Set enables researchers to study the life cycle and pathogenicity of the virus and to potentially facilitate development of therapeutics and vaccines against SARS. Previous studies have demonstrated that siRNAs have the potential to serve as antivirals, preventing infection of...
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