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Readers Rank RNA Interference Technology

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Readers Rank RNA Interference Technology

Taken from GenomeWeb’s 2003 RNAi Technology Usage Market Snapshot survey results, the following lists show how Genome Technology and GenomeWeb Daily News subscribers rate the vendors of synthesized short interfering RNAi oligos and tools for designing siRNAs.

 

Best-known siRNA vendors

1. (tie) Ambion and Qiagen

2. Dharmacon

3. Sequitur

4. Proligo

 

Vendors patronized most by those who have bought siRNAs

1. Dharmacon

2. Qiagen

3. Ambion

4. Proligo

5. Sequitur

 

Best-known siRNA design tools

1. Ambion’s siRNA Target Finder

2. Dharmacon siDesign Center

3. Qiagen’s siRNA Design & Ordering Page

4. Tuschl’s siRNA User’s Guide

5. Whitehead Institute’s siRNA Program

 

Design tools most used by those who have designed siRNAs

1. Tuschl’s siRNA User’s Guide

2. (3-way tie) Ambion’s siRNA Target Finder
Dharmacon siDesign Center
Qiagen’s siRNA Design & Ordering Page

3. Whitehead Institute’s siRNA Program

 

To obtain a complete copy of GenomeWeb’s 2003 RNAi Technology Usage Market Snapshot report, visit www.genomeweb.com/rnaisnap.htm.

 

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