For RNAi Screening, Key Hurdles Include Assay Optimization and Data Analysis | GenomeWeb

By Doug Macron

Researchers taking advantage of high-throughput RNAi screening's ability to understand gene function and biological pathways should not overlook the need for properly optimizing and validating assays in order to get the most out of such screens, according to the director of New York University's RNAi Core.

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