Cell microarrays and RNA interference chip away at gene function

@article{Wheeler2005CellMA,
  title={Cell microarrays and RNA interference chip away at gene function},
  author={Douglas B. Wheeler and Anne E. Carpenter and David M. Sabatini},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={37 Suppl 2},
  pages={S25-S30}
}
The recent development of cell microarrays offers the potential to accelerate high-throughput functional genetic studies. The widespread use of RNA interference (RNAi) has prompted several groups to fabricate RNAi cell microarrays that make possible discrete, in-parallel transfection with thousands of RNAi reagents on a microarray slide. Though still a budding technology, RNAi cell microarrays promise to increase the efficiency, economy and ease of genome-wide RNAi screens in metazoan cells. 
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