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Antisense is the non-coding strand in double-stranded DNA. The antisense strand serves as the template for mRNA synthesis.
Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome in children may be helped by cancer drugs

Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome in children may be helped by cancer drugs

Lorus Therapeutics receives patent allowance to protect novel anticancer drug

Lorus Therapeutics receives patent allowance to protect novel anticancer drug

Targeted Genetics announces new patent for Hyperlipidemia

Targeted Genetics announces new patent for Hyperlipidemia

Most comprehensive genome-wide experimental analyses of sense-antisense transcripts to date

Most comprehensive genome-wide experimental analyses of sense-antisense transcripts to date

VIRxSYS novel HIV gene therapy yields exciting results

VIRxSYS novel HIV gene therapy yields exciting results

FDA approves Topigen's investigational New Drug Application for new inhalation drug to treat asthma

FDA approves Topigen's investigational New Drug Application for new inhalation drug to treat asthma

Scientist develops way to deliver promising genetic tool into living cells

Scientist develops way to deliver promising genetic tool into living cells

Lorus Therapeutics allowed Canadian patent to protect anticancer drugs

Lorus Therapeutics allowed Canadian patent to protect anticancer drugs

Phase II trials of the first second-generation antisense cancer drug to be used in patients soon to be underway

Phase II trials of the first second-generation antisense cancer drug to be used in patients soon to be underway

Isis Pharmaceuticals licenses second anti-cancer drug candidate to Lilly

Isis Pharmaceuticals licenses second anti-cancer drug candidate to Lilly

Researchers using light to control genes and better understand the role of certain genes in embryonic development

Researchers using light to control genes and better understand the role of certain genes in embryonic development

Scientists have turned procrastinating primates into workaholics by temporarily suppressing a gene in a brain circuit involved in reward learning

Scientists have turned procrastinating primates into workaholics by temporarily suppressing a gene in a brain circuit involved in reward learning

Total global market for oligonucleotides is likely to grow from USD 340.0 million in 2003 to USD 776.0 million in 2010

Total global market for oligonucleotides is likely to grow from USD 340.0 million in 2003 to USD 776.0 million in 2010

DNA left overs, new mechanism for evolution

DNA left overs, new mechanism for evolution

3 people with drug-resistant HIV become first to undergo a new form of gene therapy

3 people with drug-resistant HIV become first to undergo a new form of gene therapy

Treatment for ovarian cancer by gene targeting

Treatment for ovarian cancer by gene targeting