NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Open Biosystems said today that Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center has joined its Open Access program for RNAi and cDNA products. 

Open Biosystems said the program gives the cancer center access to its whole-genome lentiviral human and mouse shRNAmir libraries for RNAi, as well as the company’s mammalian gene cDNA collection. Under the program, researchers throughout Vanderbilt-Ingram can share Open Biosystems’ technology, and will have access to continual library updates and upgrades.

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