NIEHS Launches RNAi Initiative; Icoria to Oversee Development of siRNA Sequence Library | GenomeWeb

The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences said last week that it has launched a 3-year project to develop a library of siRNA sequences targeting a number of human genes believed to be associated with environmentally related diseases.

The project, being conducted by the Translational Genomics Institute with the help of Icoria, is the first phase of a broader effort to develop an RNAi resource for the members of the NIEHS’s National Center for Toxicogenomics.

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