RNAi Substractes - shRNA, siRNA and miRNA
RNA interference (RNAi) is a gene-silencing process in which RNA
molecules inhibit gene expression by targeting mRNA. The key RNAi
molecules regulating this process are small
interfering RNAs (siRNA), microRNAs (miRNA) and short hairpin RNAs (shRNA).
RNAi molecules of 19 to 23 nucleotides are especially effective. And the efficiency of gene suppression is primarily
dependent on the portion of the gene sequence targeted. Our services include:
of RNAi target sequence.
of the RNAi insert.
Cloning the insert into the viral or non-viral
Confirmation of the RNAi construct by sequencing.
2) Stab culture of E. coli carrying the
3) Sequencing chromatogram data.
Approximately 1~2 weeks.
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detailed quote or for more information.