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Drexel University
Department of Biology
Research Cores
3141 Chestnut St.
118 Stratton Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Phone: (215) 895-2170
Fax: (215) 895-1273
Email: Biology@drexel.edu

RNAi Resource Center

RNAi Resource Center


The RNAi Resource Center, hosted by the Department of Biology at Drexel Univeristy provides HUMAN shRNA from the Open Biosystems Human Expression Arrest©™ shRNA library. We bring you the freedom and use of RNAi technologies at a HUGE discount. Here, you can easily order any construct from the entire Human Expression Arrest©™ shRNA library. As well as supplying the reagents, we are here to help facilitate the implementation of RNAi within your lab. Feel free to learn more about RNAi technology in Resources section seen in the top navigation.


 

 

News & Updates

04/02/2009
Drexel RNAi resource center recognizes the fast changing world of research. To better help you with your needs, we now offer SUB-CLONING services! See prices and fees for details.

03/20/2009
The RNAi resource center gets a face lift! New website, new search engine!

07/01/2008
The Drexel University RNAi Resource Center's free introductory 3 year period was a great success. With the help of the Drexel University GRID award and the Commonwealth of PA Department of Health Formula Tobacco Award, we were able to supply over 2,000 constructs to the Drexel Community at NO COST to any investigator. To continue providing this service as well as developing improvements, we are now implementing a small $20 charge for each construct. We look forward to continuing to support all your RNAi research goals.

2/16/2007
Users are no longer required to enter their User ID's and Passwords when ordering.

10/2/2006
Andrew Fire and Craig Mello win Nobel Prize in Medicine for their discovery of RNAi!

9/18/2006
Open Biosystems and Drexel featured in "Business Wire"

Mission Statement

Our mission at the RNAi Resource Center is to facilitate the implementation of
RNAi techniques at Drexel University by providing RNAi reagents and technical
assistance at a greatly reduced cost to the investigator in order to properly
utilize these cutting edge tools.

Available to the investigators are the Open Biosystems Human Expression Arrest©™
shRNA library. These resources are made available thanks to a Drexel University
GRID Award as well as a Coomonwealth of PA Department of Health
Formula Tobacco Award.

Center Manager:                                                                Center Director:
Jonathan Bowen                                                                  Aleister Saunders