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Conventional Knockout - Is there Easier Functional Analysis?

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Hi .. I am new to this forum . could any one help me out on this problem.

I wish to learn the function of a protein and have designed a conventional knockout vector for my study However i feel that this is taking up a long time. COuld anyone suggest me a more faster technique to learn the function of a gene.

Thank you in advance.
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Default Re: Conventional Knockout - Is there Easier Functional Analysis?

try siRNA
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