RNAi Questions Wait to Be Answered in 2004; Industry Players Offer Predictions for the Year | GenomeWeb

Despite all the work done during 2003, many working in the RNAi field see more questions than answers in store for 2004.

Delivery to target cells or tissues remains as perhaps the biggest challenge for RNAi researchers, especially those exploring the use of the technology as a therapeutic, and the upcoming year is expected to include a lot of focus on this front.

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