In 2006, Nobel Prize Is RNAi's Landmark; Small RNAs Expected to Mature in 2007 | GenomeWeb
The science of RNA interference made strides in 2006 as use of the technology in drug development accelerated and researchers refined their understanding of how it works and how to make it work better. 

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