Is There a Word for 'Promiscuous Binding' for RNAi? | GenomeWeb

Making RNAi work in therapeutic application is tricky, and here, Derek Lowe reports on a paper published in Nature last week that does a good job demonstrating just how much researchers don't know. They used RNAi to knock down VEGF, whose overactivation leads to macular degeneration.

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