Eight RNAi-Related Patent Applications Published by USPTO Last Week | GenomeWeb

Title: Gene Silencing

Number: 20050120415

Filed: Oct. 12, 2004

Inventor: Milo Aukerman, Pioneer Hi-Bred International

"The invention provides methods and compositions useful in target sequence suppression and target sequence validation. The invention provides polynucleotide constructs useful for gene silencing, as well as cells, plants and seeds comprising the polynucleotides. The invention also provides a method for using microRNA to silence a target sequence."

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