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Gene Silencing Analysis: Complimentary use of RT-qPCR, 2-DGE, and Western Blotting for RNAi-based Pathway Analysis

Curtis Adams, Sr. Product Manager, Bio-Rad Laboratories, speaking at Advances in Functional Genomics 2006.
Date Posted: Wednesday, September 13, 2006
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