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The Federation for the Advanced Education in the Sciences at the National Institutes of Health has scheduled for March 28 through April 1 a workshop entitled “Small Interfering RNA & Functional Genomics.”

The event is designed to teach “the latest information about RNAi and the use of siRNA as a functional genomics tool,” FAES said. Lecture topics include: delivery of siRNA to eukaryotic cells; DICER/RISC and the mechanism of action of RNAi; chromosome remodeling with small RNAs; and RNAi and epigenetics.

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