dsRNA


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dsRNA

double-stranded ribonucleic acid.
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The methods or uses of these siRNAs are directed toward approximately 130 disease targets, including all dsRNAs that are complementary to these genes; a list that include oncogenes, cytokines, angiogenesis pathway genes, apoptosis pathway genes, and cell adhesion genes, amongst others.
the Tuschl I patent (EP1309726) which received an intent to grant in April 2009 and exclusively licensed to Alnylam from the Max Planck Society, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Whitehead Institute, which covers methods for using certain dsRNAs for RNAi;
Companies are flourishing by synthesizing dsRNAs and pools for RNAs, providing vectors, transfection reagents, transfection apparatus, and enzymes for creating dsRNAs that do not require synthetic RNAs.