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View Resource siRNA Database and Resources for RNA Interference Studies

The discovery of reagents to inhibit RNA synthesis and translation has revolutionized the study of biological processes. These tools include small inhibitory RNA (siRNA), small hairpin RNA (shRNA)...

http://www.rnainterference.org/
View Resource Origins of life and the RNA World

How life began on earth is one of those Big Questions whose answers rely on understanding the tiniest ones. The folks who work on it - molecular evolutionary biologists - study the smallest units of...

http://www.postmodern.com/~jka/rnaworld/rna/base.html
View Resource Exploring Life's Origins: What is RNA?

All modern life on Earth uses three different types of biological molecules that each serve critical functions in the cell. Proteins are the workhorse of the cell and carry out diverse catalytic and...

http://exploringorigins.org/rna.html
View Resource RNA Interference Animation

View or download an animated tour through the process of RNA interference.

http://www.nature.com/focus/rnai/animations/index.html
View Resource Communication and Community Outreach

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Research Libraries provides links for a variety of science and technology subjects from Biology and Business to Robotics and Transportation. Also links to associations,...

http://www.ornl.gov/library/
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