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RNAi enlisted in hunt for prawn vaccines

RNAi enlisted in hunt for prawn vaccines

Advances in gene silencing on the agenda

Advances in gene silencing on the agenda

Research could lead to ways to prevent arrhythmias

Research could lead to ways to prevent arrhythmias

Study on RNAi technology targeting neurodegenerative diseases

Study on RNAi technology targeting neurodegenerative diseases

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

8.5 million Euros to address a fundamental question on mitosis: How is cell division regulated?

8.5 million Euros to address a fundamental question on mitosis: How is cell division regulated?

Gene therapy may provide a treatment for a group of incurable, progressive neurological diseases called polyglutamine-repeat diseases

Gene therapy may provide a treatment for a group of incurable, progressive neurological diseases called polyglutamine-repeat diseases

Lou Gehrig's disease may be treated or even prevented

Lou Gehrig's disease may be treated or even prevented

SARS siRNA studied further to help many respiratory diseases including lung cancer

SARS siRNA studied further to help many respiratory diseases including lung cancer

Breakthrough in gene therapy

Breakthrough in gene therapy

Novel molecular targeting technologies to deliver gene-silencing therapy

Novel molecular targeting technologies to deliver gene-silencing therapy

Benitec acquires Avocel to focus on rapid development of hepatitis C therapeutics

Benitec acquires Avocel to focus on rapid development of hepatitis C therapeutics

Mystery surrounding ageing, death and cancer is dispelled by new study

Mystery surrounding ageing, death and cancer is dispelled by new study

Cancer could be inactivated by RNA library

Cancer could be inactivated by RNA library

Researchers turn off individual human genes to study their function

Researchers turn off individual human genes to study their function