RNAi Roundup: 17-Year-Old Wins $50,000 Scholarship for RNAi Cancer Experiment; MRC Offers C. Elegans RNAi Plasmid Library; Rosetta Paper Questions Gene-Specificity of siRNA | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May 23 - Anila Madiraju has just demonstrated that successful RNA interference experiments do not require a PhD - or even a high school diploma.


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