Dharmacon, Institut Pasteur, Molecula Research Laboratories, GenomeWeb | GenomeWeb

Dharmacon said this week that it has launched the Protein Kinase siRNA Library, a library of ready-to-use Smartpool siRNA reagents and individual siRNA duplexes designed to knock down more than 550 genes involved in protein kinase production.

The company said that the library launch is part of a broader expansion of its siGENE list, which includes a presynthesized Smartpool siRNA reagent and four individual siRNA duplexes designed to silence over 1,500 genes.

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