Inhibitory RNA techniques
Inhibitory RNA techniques are methods that use engineered RNA molecules to inhibit gene expression. Various approaches, including the expression or injection of microRNA, short inhibiting RNA, double-stranded or antisense RNA (e.g. morpholino oligomers), work via mechanisms that include transcript cleavage, sequestration and the inhibition of protein translation.
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