Baylor Team Publishes New Method Of Creating Transgenic RNAi Animals | GenomeWeb

Although transgenic RNAi mice have allowed researchers to circumvent many of the limitations of traditional knockout mice, creating the animals is still a time-consuming and expensive process.

However, researchers at Baylor College of Medicine published this week data showing that shRNA-expressing constructs, delivered via conventional pronuclear injection, may be used to create transgenic mice in a quick and relatively cost-effective manner.

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