Gene silencing or knockdown can be done easily now in most cell types, but there are a few things you need to consider before starting:
- First, you’ll need to design the siRNA (small interferring RNA) against your gene
- Second, you’ll need to deliver it to the cells effectively with a siRNA transfection procedure
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