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Video: Here’s how RNA interference works

| February 6, 2017

RNA interference (RNAi) is a crucial process necessary for the regulation of gene activity. In essence, RNAi can silence specific messenger RNAs to stop them from making proteins. Researchers have made huge advancements in understanding RNAi, which could help them treat genetic diseases in the future. How exactly does RNAi work and what other secrets could RNAi offer?

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