[A simple strategy for the rapid selection of effective antisense fragments targeting human genes].

Abstract

Antisense RNAs have often been used to study functions of human genes. In order to obtain the effective antisense fragments, researchers always have to face repeated works including cell culture and transfection etc. Here we chose yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, as a model organism to explore the simple and effective way to obtain antisense fragments… (More)

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