Drosophila RNAi Service

RNA interference (RNAi) has emerged as a powerful tool to investigate gene function and regulation in Drosophila, paving the way for a deeper understanding of biological processes and disease mechanisms. Our Drosophila RNAi Service is designed to empower researchers with the most reliable and efficient RNAi techniques, enabling them to unravel the complexities of gene function in their studies.

How RNAi Works in Drosophila

RNA interference (RNAi) is a powerful genetic mechanism present in cells that regulates gene expression. It involves the use of small RNA molecules to silence or "knock down" specific target genes. In the context of Drosophila research, our RNAi service harnesses this mechanism to selectively suppress gene activity. We design and synthesize short interfering RNAs (siRNAs) that are complementary to the target gene's mRNA. Once introduced into Drosophila cells, these siRNAs trigger the degradation of the target mRNA, effectively reducing the production of the corresponding protein. This precise gene silencing enables us to study gene function, identify therapeutic targets, and uncover biological pathways in Drosophila research.

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