Silencer™ Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library

Catalog number: A30135

Silencer™ Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library

Catalog number: A30135
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Transporter proteins play a key role in pharmacology, affecting how molecules are moved across cellular membranes. The Silencer™ Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library includes genes important to the absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of many drugs. The Silencer Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library contains 297 Ambion™ Silencer siRNAs targeting 99 genes for performing RNAi screens against drug transporters. The library was designed using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC). Utilizing Ambion Silencer technology built on stringent bioinformatics to enable high target specificity and siRNA potency, the Silencer Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library is an ideal solution for focused and cost-effective RNAi screens against pharmaceutical drug transporter proteins.

• Comprehensive—Expedite your drug transporter RNAi functional screens with pre-defined and ready-to-ship Silencer Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library
• Reliable—Increase target screening accuracy with three individual siRNAs per gene targetEffective—Reduce off target impacts at low concentrations with proven Ambion Silencer siRNA design
• Convenient—Reduce data de-convolution and accelerate target validation with our arrayed format
• Customizable—Choose the best option for your workflow demands, including additional siRNA scales and pooled formats

Why use the Silencer Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library?
Together with careful bioinformatics selection of gene targets, Silencer siRNAs are optimized with design and high quality synthesis with guaranteed silencing (learn more about the guarantee). The Silencer Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library contains our pre-designed and when available, validated siRNAs generated with maximum potency and specificity in mind so you can focus on data quality (learn more about the design). All Silencer libraries are selected against the latest available databases and resources for up-to-date content. Full siRNA sequence information, as well as the exon targeted and each targeted gene's symbol, full name, aliases, RefSeq number, and Locus ID, plus results from any validation experiments performed using the included siRNAs is provided. Please contact us for the complete list of targets.

Silencer siRNA libraries allow you to screen efficiently and maximize data output
Ambion Silencer siRNAs are designed with potency in mind to help ensure gene knockdown at minimum concentrations. This not only helps ensure less potential for off target effects and false positive data but also minimizes false negative outcomes of siRNA screening. The Silencer Human Drug Transporter siRNA Library contains 0.25 nmol of each siRNA, sufficient for 100 transfections (at 25 nM siRNA, 100 μL transfection volume).

Flexibility to meet your workflow needs
Thermo Fisher Scientific offers a comprehensive list of pre-defined or custom siRNA libraries to human, mouse or rat genes with 1, 2, or 5 nmol of each siRNA or larger sizes. For a complete gene list, additional information or to discuss your research with one of our technical experts, contact your local sales representative or e-mail us at RNAilibraries@lifetech.


96-well Plate
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siRNA Library
5 nmol
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Approved for shipment at Room Temperature or on Wet Ice

Contents & Storage

297 total siRNAs targeting 99 genes plated onto 96-well plates (6 plates)

Store at or below -20°C in a non-frost-free freezer.


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