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Meeting Review J RNAi Gene Silenc (July 2006), 2(2), 178-180 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 28 July 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~125kb | refs) RNAi at Oxford Graeme Doran Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, South Parks Road, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, UK Correspondence to: Graeme Doran, Email: graeme.doran@st-edmund-hall.oxford.ac.uk, Tel: +1865 272146 Received: 14 July 2006 © Copyright The Author —————————————————————————————————————– The 1st annual Oxford RNAi...
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Research Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (July 2006), 2(2), 205-217 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 28 July 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~375kb | refs) Systematic analysis of the role of target site accessibility in the activity of DNA enzymes Graeme Doran †* and Muhammad Sohail Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3QU, England, UK † Current Address:...
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Research Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (July 2006), 2(2), 195-204 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 17 July 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~1700kb | refs) 3’-Poly(A) tail enhances siRNA activity against exogenous reporter genes in MCF-7 cells Jie Li, Guang Yang, Shaohua Li, Guojun Cao, Qiang Zhao, Xuemei Liu, Ming Fan, Beifen Shen, Ningsheng Shao* Beijing Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, 27 Taiping...
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Research Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (July 2006), 2(2), 181-194 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 17 July 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~1410kb | suppl data ~100kb | refs) Minimizing off-target effects by using diced siRNAs for RNA interference Jason W Myers †‡*, Jen Tsan Chi ‡¶, Delquin Gong †, Marci E Schaner ‡, Patrick O Brown ‡ and James E Ferrell Jr †‡ † Stanford...
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Review Article J RNAi Gene Silenc (February 2006), 2(1), 126-135 doi: jrgsxx Published online: 28 February 2006 Full Text: (html | pdf ~412kb | refs) In ovo RNAi opens new possibilities for temporal and spatial control of gene silencing during development of the vertebrate nervous system Thomas Baeriswyl and Esther T Stoeckli * Institute of Zoology, University of Zurich , Winterthurerstrasse 190 , 8057 Zurich...
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