NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Thermo Fisher Scientific has opened an RNAi research and services lab in Lafayette, Colo., the company said today.
 
The lab will offer contract RNAi screening and analysis services, including high-throughput screening, along with services and research using the company’s bioreagents, robotics, and other instrument systems, the company said.
 
It will also develop new therapeutic technologies involving RNAi, Thermo said.
 

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