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GeneNet Human 50K Plasmid siRNA Library in pSIF1-H1-copGFP
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GeneNet Mouse 40K Plasmid siRNA Library in pSIF1-H1-Puro
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GeneNet Mouse 40K siRNA Library in pSIF1-H1-Puro
GeneNet Mouse 40K siRNA Library in pSIH1-H1-Puro
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Drug Testing without the Pain at Queen’s
Microneedles on a sticking-plaster-like patch may be the painless and safe way doctors will test for drugs and some infections in the future.
Efficient Hepatic Delivery of Drugs: Novel Strategies and Their Significance
Significant advances have been made in the development of plant-based hepatoprotective drugs mostly because of their lower toxicity.
Providing a Rapid and Reliable Method of Gene Cloning
Integrated DNA Technologies will be speaking at the upcoming Antibody Engineering and Therapeutics conference.
New Statistical Tools Being Developed for Mining Cancer Data
Team from Rice, BCM, UT Austin tackling big data variety.
Two-Way Traffic Enables Proteins to Get Where Needed, Avoid Disease
It turns out that your messenger RNA may catch more than one ride to get where it’s going.
Using microRNA Fit to a T (Cell)
Researchers show B cells can deliver potentially therapeutic bits of modified RNA.
Study Finds Gut Microorganisms May Determine Cancer Treatment Outcome
An intact population of microorganisms that derive food and benefit from other organisms living in the intestine is required for optimal response to cancer therapy.
Gene-Silencing Study Finds New Targets for Parkinson’s Disease
NIH study sheds light on treatment of related disorders.
Digging Deeper Into Cancer
What a pathologist looks for in a Pap test sample, but hopes not to find, are oddly shaped cells with abnormally large nuclei. The same is true for prostate and lung cancer biopsies.
Biologists ID New Cancer Weakness
Drugs that block new target gene could make many tumors more vulnerable to chemotherapy.
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