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RNA Interference Methods for Plants and Animals

Handbook / Manual
By: T Doran and C Helliwell
Publisher: CSIRO
RNA Interference
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RNA interference (RNAi) has been one of the most exciting and significant new methodologies to appear in the past decade, and it now finds widespread application. This methods manual provides an introduction to the phenomenon to RNA Interference and specific protocols for RNAi, in organisms from plants and C. elegans to Drosophila and mammals. Also included are chapters covering small hairpin RNAs and viral-induced gene silencing.

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By: T Doran and C Helliwell
Publisher: CSIRO
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