Ambion and Cenix Bioscience s RNAi Library, Qiagen s EZ1 RNA Universal Tissue Kit and EZ1 RNA Universal Tissue Card, and Agilent Technologies Arabidopsis 3 Oligo Microarray Kit | GenomeWeb

Ambion and Cenix Bioscience said this week that they have launched a new RNAi library targeting the Drosophila genome.

The new library contains more than 13,000 double-stranded RNA molecules that are ready for immediate use without further synthesis or purification, said the companies. The dsRNA designs were created using a proprietary algorithm designed by Cenix, which tested the library in several genome-wide screens using commonly available Drosophila cell lines, they added.

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