Open Biosystems to Hit the Market With Low-Cost Whole-Genome Drosophila RNAi Resource | GenomeWeb

Equipped with a two-year, $400,000 grant from the National Institute of Mental Health, Open Biosystems is working on a low-cost, genome-wide Drosophila RNAi library that builds on its existing Drosophila RNAi collection.

“The goal is to be able to sell it to all the academic labs to perform their own screens,” Troy Moore, Open Biosystems’ CTO, told RNAi News.

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