Function and anatomy of plant siRNA pools derived from hairpin transgenes

@article{Chau2007FunctionAA,
  title={Function and anatomy of plant siRNA pools derived from hairpin transgenes},
  author={Bess Ling Chau and Kevin A. W. Lee},
  journal={Plant Methods},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={13 - 13}
}
RNA interference results in specific gene silencing by small-interfering RNAs (siRNAs). Synthetic siRNAs provide a powerful tool for manipulating gene expression but high cost suggests that novel siRNA production methods are desirable. Strong evolutionary conservation of siRNA structure suggested that siRNAs will retain cross-species function and that transgenic plants expressing heterologous siRNAs might serve as useful siRNA bioreactors. Here we report a detailed evaluation of the above… CONTINUE READING

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