Addgene Expands Repository with Fire Vector Kit; Plans More RNAi Plasmids | GenomeWeb

Addgene, a new non-profit organization establishing a centralized repository of plasmids for scientists, announced this week the availability of a kit containing 288 vectors deposited by Stanford University researcher and RNAi pioneer Andrew Fire.

If Addgene can navigate the choppy waters of university technology transfer, it expects to have many more RNAi-related plasmids available soon.

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