Open Biosystems s Expression Arrest, Gene Tools, The Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development s Outlook 2004, and Promega s siStrike | GenomeWeb

Open Biosystems said this week that it has launched the Expression Arrest zebrafish morpholino library, an antisense product for use in gene function analysis experiments in multicellular vertebrates.

According to the company, the library contains hundreds of zebrafish morpholinos designed and synthesized for immediate use. It was designed by Gene Tools and will be marketed exclusively by Open Biosystems, which said it intends to introduce morpholinos from other species in the future.

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