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Post by pookalamouche » Sun Jan 14, 2007 1:38 am

can anybody tell me if

"short inhibitory RNA"

is the same as

"small interfering RNA"?

I've spent the whole day trying to find out and I am at a loss.
Also if it's not too cheeky, a definition for "short inhibitory RNA" would be much appreciated just so I can check I'm on the right track!



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Post by sachin » Sun Jan 14, 2007 5:02 am

RNAi "interfering RNA" and Inhibitor RNA are the same in function..........
But Inhibitor RNA is poorly studied yet.....

Try this; ... RNAi&meta=
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