Since releasing in 2003 its first RNAi product, a library of 7,000 DNA constructs that generate dsRNA targeting about half the Drosophila genome, Open Biosystems has become a prominent supplier of RNAi collections, kits, and reagents.

Now, the company is preparing to make another addition to its offerings with a short hairpin RNA library for the entire human genome developed by the Broad Institute's RNAi Consortium, RNAi News has learned.

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