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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Sigma-Aldrich said today that it has signed an agreement to provide its RNAi technologies to the University of Montreal’s Institute of Research in Immunology and Cancer.
 
Under the agreement, the institute's high-throughput screening facility will have access to Sigma-Aldrich’s Mission RNAi IP portfolio and its shRNA library collection for human and mouse genomes.
 
Funding for the research was provided by Genome Quebec and by Sigma-Aldrich.
 

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