Utilisations d'interférence courte d'ARN d'épingle à cheveux (ARNsh)

L'interférence ARN se rapporte à l'amortissement ou à démanteler d'un gène cible en dégradant son ARNm correspondant utilisant petit RNAs de intervention (siRNA) ou ARN court d'épingle à cheveux (ARNsh).

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Last Updated: Jan 22, 2019

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