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Company OligoEngine
Item Complete RNAi
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Description Since OligoEngine introduced the industry's first siRNA sequence design software in 2001, we have constantly strived to keep these tools consistent with new experimental strategies and published research reports in the field of RNAi. With the introduction of our new, enhanced, and expanded RNAi design tools, OligoEngine is pleased to offer the most significant advancement in RNAi research software. Even with all the inprovements, the OligoEngine platform remains a resource to both commercial and academic researchers, who can use the Web-based (or download-able) software to design and order custom synthesis products for RNAi experiments.
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5605 Keystone Place N., Suite B
Seattle, WA 98103
Customer Service: 206 254-0200
Fax Number: 206 254-0300
Web Site: http://www.oligoengine.com/
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