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RNA Interference – From Single Gene Studies to Whole Genome Screens

Thursday October 6th 2022
Broadcast 1: 8am Delhi, 9.30am Jakarta, 10.30am Singapore, 13:30pm Sydney
Broadcast 2: 8am Los Angeles, 10am Chicago, 11am New York, 4pm London, 5pm Berlin


Julia Krueger

Julia Krueger

Senior Scientist, Eupheria Biotech GmbH

RNA interference (RNAi) offers a fast and easy system to study gene functions. However, the traditionally used small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) can exhibit pronounced and problematic off-target effects.

In this webinar, you will discover:

  • An alternative type of siRNA—endoribonuclease-prepared siRNAs (esiRNAs).
  • How esiRNAs overcome limitations of traditional siRNAs in RNAi.
  • Real-world examples of esiRNA use, including stem cell biology, cancer, and developmental biology applied in vitro and in vivo, from single-gene studies to genome-wide screens.
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