Small interfering RNA libraries and methods of synthesis and use


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Mark Nichols , Richard Steinman

ABSTRACT

In one aspect, the invention provides a random or semirandom siRNA (encoding) library. Another aspect of the invention pertains to methods for construction of random or semirandom siRNA (encoding) libraries. Another aspect of the invention is vector systems for use in constructing siRNA libraries and/or that can express single siRNAs and siRNA libraries both constitutively and in an inducible fashion. In another aspect, the invention provides a method of using an siRNA library. The siRNA library is introduced into a population of cells. The population of cells then is subjected to a selection process to select a subpopulation of cells exhibiting a different behavioral, biochemical, chemical, functional, molecular, morphological, phenotypic, or physical property from the remainder of population. Following the selection process, the subpopulation of cells can be isolated, analyzed, and/or cloned as desired. Such analysis of the subpopulation can be identification and sequencing of the siRNA species responsible for the different properties of the subpopulation relative to the remainder of the population. Alternatively, the subpopulation can be further analyzed by genomic, proteomic, and/or cellomic assays. Where such genomic, proteomic, and/or cellomic assays are employed, the method can produce several useful bioinformatics products. Specific siRNAs identified through this process may have direct therapeutic value. More... »

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