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April 20th, 2007

Gene Silencing Technology Experiments Involving GeneICE Completed

Abstract:
The work was undertaken using a novel chemistry invented and developed by Tom Brown, Professor of Bio-organic Chemistry and Head of Synthetic Chemistry at the University of Southampton and co-founder of ATDBio. Professor Brown is a leading expert in 'DNA triplex formation' and new methods of nucleic acid sequence recognition, mispairing and mutagenesis in DNA and the application of nucleic acid chemistry in genetic analysis and nanotechnology.

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