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Recent RNAi-Related Papers of Note: Oct 12, 2006

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Recent RNAi-Related Papers of Note
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Adenovirus-Mediated Small Interfering RNA Against Matrix Metalloproteinase-2 Suppresses Tumor Growth and Lung Metastasis in Mice Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, Sept. 2006; 5: 9, 2289-2299 Lakka et al.

The Lack of Inhibition of Porcine Endogenous Retrovirus by Small Interference RNA Designed from Long Terminal Regions

Transplantation Proceedings, Sept. 2006; 38: 7, 2258-2260 Hong et al.
The Virion-Associated Incoming HIV-1 RNA Genome Is Not Targeted by RNA Interference Retrovirology, Sept. 4, 2006; 3: 57 Berkhout et al.
RNAi-Mediated Inhibition of the Glucosylceramide Synthase Gene: A Preliminary Study Towards a Therapeutic Strategy for Gaucher Disease and Other Glycosphingolipid Storage Diseases Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases, Sept. 5, 2006; epub ahead of print Vilageliu et al.
Silencing of HIV-1 with RNA Interference: A Multiple shRNA Approach Molecular Therapy, Sept. 5, 2006; epub ahead of print Berkhout et al.
RNA Interference Effectively Inhibits mRNA Accumulation and Protein Expression of Hepatitis C Virus Core and E2 Genes in Human Cells Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, Sept. 7, 2006; epub ahead of print Qi et al.
Screening for Genes Essential for Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells Self-Renewal Using a Subtractive RNAi Library Stem Cells, Sept. 7, 2006; epub ahead of print Xue et al.
Designing siRNA That Distinguish Between Genes That Differ by a Single Nucleotide PLoS Genetics, Sept. 8, 2006; epub ahead of print Zamore et al.

Prevalence of Off-Target Effects in Drosophila RNA Interference Screens

Nature, Sept. 10, 2006; epub ahead of print Beachy et al.
Effects of Dicer and Argonaute Down-Regulation on mRNA Levels in Human HEK293 Cells Nucleic Acids Research, Sept. 13, 2006; epub ahead of print Filipowicz et al.
Controlling Activation of the RNA-Dependent Protein Kinase by siRNAs Using Site-Specific Chemical Modification Nucleic Acids Research, Sept. 18, 2006; epub ahead of print Beal et al.
Engineering Broad Root-Knot Resistance in Transgenic Plants by RNA Silencing of a Conserved and Essential Root-Knot Nematode Parasitism Gene Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Sept. 19, 2006; epub ahead of print Hussey et al.
Inducible microRNA Expression by an All-In-One Episomal Vector System Nucleic Acids Research, Sept. 22, 2006; epub ahead of print Hermeking et al.
Distinct Catalytic and Non-Catalytic Roles of Argonaute4 in RNA-Directed DNA Methylation Nature, Sept. 24, 2006; epub ahead of print Hannon et al.
Induction of Gene Silencing by Hairpin RNA Expression in Tetrahymena thermophila Reveals a Second Small RNA Pathway Molecular Cell Biology, Sept. 25, 2006; epub ahead of print Howard-Till & Yao
siRNA Screens Reveal Enhanced Cisplatin Cytotoxicity in Tumor Cells Having Both BRCA Network and TP Molecular Cell Biology, Sept. 25, 2006; epub ahead of print Linsley et al.
RNAi-Based Tuning of Cell Cycling in Drosophila S2 Cells - Effects on Recombinant Protein Yield Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, Sept. 26, 2006; epub ahead of print March & Bentley
Inhibition of Hypoxia-Inducible Factor-1 Alpha and Endothelial Progenitor Cell Differentiation by Adenoviral Transfer of Small Interfering RNA In Vitro Journal of Vascular Research, Sept. 27, 2006; epub ahead of print Liu et al.
Fast Cloning Inverted Repeats for RNA Interference RNA, Sept. 27, 2006' epub ahead of print Bao & Cagan
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