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Title: Inducible Small RNA Expression Constructs for Targeted Gene Silencing

Patent Number: 8,198,077

Filed: Jan. 15, 2004

Lead Inventor: Thomas Tuschl, Max Plank Institute

“The invention relates to vectors for the inducible expression of RNA molecules in eukaryotic, particularly mammalian, cells and transgenic animals,” the patent's abstract states.

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