NIH Awards Cyntellect Grant to Apply Transfection, Imaging System to Combinatorial siRNA Libraries | GenomeWeb

Cyntellect, together with researchers from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, have recently launched a project to use the company's laser-based transfection and imaging system to screen combinatorial siRNA libraries.

The work is being supported by a one-year grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences worth $338,000, and Cyntellect hopes the data will help it woo potential big pharma customers interested in the LEAP system.

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