NEW YORK, Feb. 22 - Belgian functional genomics company Devgen on Friday said it has created a complete C. elegans RNA interference library.

The library is genome-wide, including complexes that can suppress the activity of each of the 19,000 C. elegans genes. Devgen plans to use the library in drug-target identification and functional validation.

 

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