How RNAi Will Untangle Gene Function | GenomeWeb

Some call it the most revolutionary biological tool since polymerase chain reaction. Nobel laureate and Biogen founder Phil Sharp says it will "fundamentally change how we do cell biology." And technology licensing officers at the Carnegie Institution and MIT, which sell commercial rights to two separate pools of patents for RNA-mediated-interference technologies, say that these could well be the most significant inventions, at least in biology, ever to cross their desks.

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