Aventis Researchers Considering the Use of Dharmacon, Akceli Technology in RNAi Work | GenomeWeb

Researchers at the Aventis Cambridge Genomics Center are in talks to buy a broad set of siRNAs from Dharmacon and are mulling over taking a license to Akceli’s reverse transfection siRNA microarray technology to bolster their efforts to identify genes that confer sensitivity or resistance to the breast and lung cancer drug Taxotere, RNAi News has learned.

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