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Research and Markets The Market for RNA Interference Products: Challenges and Opportunities Research Report and System Biosciences Interferon Response Detection Kit

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Research and Markets said that it has released a new research report entitled “The Market for RNA Interference Products: Challenges and Opportunities.”

According to the company, the report provides a look at RNAi experimental design, including model systems, siRNA duplex design, and transfection techniques, as well as current and future levels of throughput. It also examines pre-designed, validated, and library siRNA duplexes, chemically synthesized custom siRNAs, and transfection reagents from the customer’s perspective, Research and Markets said.

Additional information about the report can be found at http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c8175/.


System Biosciences announced last week that it has launched its Interferon Response Detection kit for use with siRNA experiments.

According to the company, the kit is a PCR-based assay that provides a way for researchers to determine if their experimental cell systems are undergoing a general interferon-related stress responses.

Additional details about the kit can be found at http://www.systembio.com/Interferon_Response_Detection_Kit.htm.

 

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