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ready Human siRNA database


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HuSiDa is a public database that serves as a depository for both, sequences of published functional siRNA molecules targeting human genes and important technical details of the corresponding gene silencing experiments. It aims at supporting the setup and actual procedure of specific RNAi experiments in human cells.

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HuSiDa--the human siRNA database: an open-access database for published functional siRNA sequences and technical details of efficient transfer into recipient cells.

Truss M., Swat M., Kielbasa SM., Schäfer R., Herzel H., Hagemeier C.,
Nucleic Acids Res. 2005

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