RNA interference may be more potent than antisense RNA in human cancer cell lines.

Abstract

1. RNA interference (RNAi) is a newly discovered cellular pathway for the silencing of sequence-specific genes at the mRNA level by the introduction of the cognate double-stranded (ds) RNA. Because antisense (AS) mechanisms have similar effects, we compared these two effects in human cancer cell lines, considering a possible application of RNAi for cancer… (More)

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@article{Aoki2003RNAIM, title={RNA interference may be more potent than antisense RNA in human cancer cell lines.}, author={Y. Aoki and Daniel Petru Cioca and H Oidaira and Junichiro Kamiya and Kenkichi Kiyosawa}, journal={Clinical and experimental pharmacology & physiology}, year={2003}, volume={30 1-2}, pages={96-102} }