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Review Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (February 2006), 2(1), 136-145 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 28 February 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~308kb | refs) RNAi and cancer: Implications and applications Maen Abdelrahim †*, Stephen Safe †‡, Cheryl Baker ¶ and Ala Abudayyeh § † Institute of Biosciences and Technology, Texas A&M University System Health Science Center, 2121 W. Holcombe Blvd, Houston, TX...
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New Methods and Technologies J RNAi Gene Silenc (February 2006), 2(1), 154-160 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 28 February 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~266kb | refs) Assessment of allele-specific gene silencing by RNA interference with mutant and wild-type reporter alleles Yusuke Ohnishi †‡, Katsushi Tokunaga ‡, Kiyotoshi Kaneko † and Hirohiko Hohjoh †* † National Institute of Neuroscience, NCNP, 4-1-1 Ogawahigashi, Kodaira,...
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New Methods and Technologies J RNAi Gene Silenc (February 2006), 2(1), 146-153 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 13 January 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~990kb | refs) Long-term transgene expression and inhibition of HIV-1 replication by a Cre/loxP-EBNA-1/oriP HIV-1-dependent ribozyme vector: Applications for HIV-1 gene therapy Takashi Nagawa †§, Yuichiro Habu ‡¶§, Norihiko Matsumoto †, Naoko Miyano-Kurosaki †‡, and Hiroshi Takaku †‡* †...
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Review Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (February 2006), 2(1), 118-125 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 12 January 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~243kb | refs) Manipulating and enhancing the RNAi response Peter I Joyce, Joseph M Gallagher and Patricia E Kuwabara * Department of Biochemistry, School of Medical Sciences, University of Bristol, Bristol, BS8 1TD, UK *Correspondence to: Patricia E Kuwabara, Email: P.Kuwabara@bristol.ac.uk, Tel: +...
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Editorial J RNAi Gene Silenc (February 2006), 2(1), 105-106 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 16 December 2005 Full Text: (html | pdf ~117kb | refs) P-Bodies and RNAi: The missing link? Derek M Dykxhoorn CBR Institute for Biomedical Research, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02115, USA Correspondence to: Derek M Dykxhoorn, Email: dykxhoor@cbr.med.harvard.edu, Tel: +617 278 3109 Received: 06 December 2005 © Copyright The Author —————————————————————————————————————– For many years...
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Review Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (February 2006), 2(1), 109-117 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 30 November 2005 Full Text: (html | pdf ~392kb | refs) Designer siRNAs to overcome the challenges from the RNAi pathway Sumedha D Jayasena Amgen Inc., Oncology Research, One Amgen Center Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320, USA Correspondence to: Sumedha D Jayasena, Email: sumedhaj@amgen.com, Tel: +805 447 5627, Fax: +805 499...
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News and Views J RNAi Gene Silenc (October 2005), 1(2), 52-53 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 14 October 2005 Full Text: (html | pdf ~96kb | refs) Progress in targeted delivery of therapeutic siRNA —————————————————————————————————————– Three recent studies have demonstrated rapid advancements in overcoming the challenges facing application of RNA interference based therapeutics. Researchers at SiRNA Therapeutics (Boulder, USA) and Caltech and Children`s Hopsital (Los...
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News and Views J RNAi Gene Silenc (October 2005), 1(2), 54-55 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 14 October 2005 Full Text: (html | pdf ~96kb | refs) Anti-miRNA anti-virals make antisense —————————————————————————————————————– Whilst talk of RNA interference may predominate at both academic and industry conferences, the role for DNA antisense oligonculeotide technology has far from been diminished. RNAi based therapeutic strategies laud the appropriation of...
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Review Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (October 2005), 1(2), 56-65 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 14 October 2005 Full Text: (html | pdf ~319kb | refs) A novel approach for inhibition of HIV-1 by RNA interference: counteracting viral escape with a second generation of siRNAs Olivier ter Brake and Ben Berkhout* Department of Human Retrovirology, University of Amsterdam, Academic Medical Center (AMC), Meibergdreef 15,...
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Research Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (October 2005), 1(2), 79-87 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 14 October 2005 Full Text: (html | pdf ~1580kb | refs) RNAi induced in mammalian and Drosophila cells via transfection of dimers and trimers of small interfering RNAs Kumiko Ui-Tei †‡*, Shuhei Zenno †, Aya Juni †‡ and Kaoru Saigo † † Department of Biophysics and Biochemistry, Graduate School of Science,...
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