Title: Compositions and Methods for Gene Silencing

Number: 20050229272

Filed: April 19, 2005 PCT Filed: Jan. 2, 2001

Lead Inventor: Monica Driscoll, Rutgers University

According to the patent application's abstract, "DNA constructs are provided for disrupting gene expression in targeted organisms."


Title: Method for Producing Non-Human Mammal RNAi Phenotype Using Papilloma Virus Vector

Number: 20050229266

Filed: Jan. 14, 2005

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