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application of RNA interference to cellular biotechnology

Liisa K. Pitre

application of RNA interference to cellular biotechnology

by Liisa K. Pitre

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Published by Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


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StatementLiisa K. Pitre.
The Physical Object
Pagination46 l. :
Number of Pages46
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RNA interference (RNAi), an evolutionarily conserved mechanism triggered by double-stranded RNA (dsRNA), causes gene silencing in a sequence-specific manner. RNAi evolved naturally to mediate protection from both endogenous and exogenous pathogenic nucleic acids and to modulate gene expression.

Multiple technological advancements and precision in gene targeting have allowed a plethora of potential applications Author: Devi Singh, Sarika Chaudhary, Rajendra Kumar, Kamiya Mehla Preeti Sirohi, Anil Sirohi, Shashi Kumar.

This experiment paved the way for easy production of null mutants, and the process of silencing a functional gene by exogenous application of dsRNA was termed RNA interference (RNAi).

RNAi in C. elegans was also initiated simply by soaking the worms in a solution containing dsRNAs or by feeding the worms Escherichia coli organisms that expressed the dsRNAs ().Cited by: This is the entire rationale of RNA interference (RNAi).

RNA interference is a process in eukaryotic cells in which double stranded endogenous or exogenous RNA molecules trigger a cytoplasmic response, which involves sequence specific target identification and by: 1. RNA interference (RNAi) refers to a group of post-transcriptional or transcriptional gene silencing mechanisms conserved from fungi to mammals.

It is a phenomenon primarily for the regulation of gene expression, self or nonself depending upon the surrounding factors or by: 1. RNA silencing, it would be prudent to overview the process itself and describe its important features. In the later part of this review, the genetics, biochemistry, and potential therapeu-tic applications of the process will be dealt with.

PTGS in Plants In plants, the RNA silencing story unfolded serendipitously. RNA Interference: Biology, Mechanism, and Applications Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews 67(4) January with 8, Reads.

RNA Interference: Its Concept and Application in Crop Plants 35 35 CaLCuV Cabbage leaf curl virus ; Chl chalcone synthase; CMV Cucumber mosaic virus ; CP.

Current Opinion in Biotechnology Vol Issue 5, OctoberPages Beyond silencing — engineering applications of RNA interference and antisense technology for altering cellular Cited by:   Exogenous application of RNA molecules into plants against various targets, such as endogenous plant genes, viruses, insects, and fungi.

In the first two cases, RNAi should take place inside the plant cell. Thus, the most suitable application method is high-pressure spraying, which allows symplastic RNA by: 7. The discovery that gene expression can be controlled by the Watson–Crick base-pairing of small RNAs with messenger RNAs containing complementary sequence — a process known as RNA interference Cited by: The completely updated second edition of “uo;An Introduction to Molecular Biotechnology: Fundamentals, Methods, and Applications” edited by Michael.

Wink covers all the important topics of molecular and cellular biology together with their integrated applications in red, white, and green biotechnologies.

This book is composed of four by: 1. Commonly used by researchers to develop technologies for modifying and studying genetic process, RNA interference (RNAi) has many potential uses in medicine, biotechnology, and functional genomics.

This book covers all essential aspects involved in the development of RNAi therapeutics, providing detailed guidance on the challenges and. This article throws light upon the two useful applications of RNA Interference. The two useful applications are: (1) Medicine and (2) Biotechnology.

Application # 1. Medicine: It may be possible to exploit RNA interference in therapy. Although it is difficult to introduce long dsRNA strands into mammalian cells due to the interferon response, the use of short interfering RNA mimics has been. The final chapters of the book detail the application of RNAi to dissect gene function in a number of biological systems, including cell-free systems, cultured cells, and whole organisms.

This book is a comprehensive guide to gene silencing by RNA interference methods for beginners and experienced professionals in the field. Some of these major accomplishments, which altered the course of humanity are: the development of antibiotics, organ transplantation and radiography.

Medicine has recently reached a new hallmark: RNA interference (RNAi), a Nobel prize winning technology which promises to promote medical care at the molecular level, by regulating genes in our by: 3.

This thorough volume includes such subjects as biotechnology and therapeutic delivery to the cardiovascular system, cell-selective targeted drug delivery, cell and gene therapies, including antisense and RNA interference, cutting-edge gene therapy approaches, as well as personalized cardiology as a way of integrating new technologies into the.

A novel strategy was adopted to prevent this infestation which was based on the process of RNA interference (RNAi). RNAi takes place in all eukaryotic organisms as a method of cellular defense. This method involves silencing of a specific mRNA due to a complementary dsRNA molecule that binds to and prevents translation of the mRNA (silencing).

RNA interference (RNAi) is a biological process in which RNA molecules inhibit gene expression or translation, by neutralizing targeted mRNA molecules. Historically, RNAi was known by other names, including co-suppression, post-transcriptional gene silencing (PTGS), and detailed study of each of these seemingly different processes elucidated that the identity of these phenomena.

"This book provides a window to the exciting new RNA interference revoluton with special emphasis on applications for biotechnology. It will provide up-to-date background for academic and industry researchers seeking to make use of this powerful research tool." Judy Lieberman, Havard Medical School.

Keywords:RNA interference, RNAi, RNA silencing, siRNA, miRNA, shRNA, RISC, therapeutic application. Abstract: The discovery of RNA interference (RNAi) in eukaryotic cells has been the major recent breakthrough in molecular and cell biology.

RNAi machineries exert biological functions in gene regulation, genome defense and chromatin architecture Cited by:. Recent progress in delivering RNA therapeutics to the inside of cells might lead to more success in clinical applications.

RNA-based therapeutics, such Cited by:   SUMMARY Double-stranded RNA-mediated interference (RNAi) is a simple and rapid method of silencing gene expression in a range of organisms. The silencing of a gene is a consequence of degradation of RNA into short RNAs that activate ribonucleases to target homologous mRNA.

The resulting phenotypes either are identical to those of genetic null mutants or resemble an allelic series Cited by: Molecular Biotechnology publishes original research papers on the application of molecular biology to both basic and applied research in biotechnology.

Particular areas of interest include the stability and expression of cloned gene products, cell transformation, gene cloning systems and the production of recombinant proteins, protein.