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Sigma-Aldrich is offering two RNAi workshops covering the gene-silencing technology and its research applications.
The workshops are being held March 20-22 at the Sigma Life Science and High Technology Center in St. Louis. The first will cover synthetic and viral-based systems for gene silencing, and will include topics such as siRNA and shRNA methodologies, vector-based shRNA, titer methods, and high-throughput screening.
 

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