Data from: Quantitative PCR primer design affects quantification of dsRNA-mediated gene knockdown

Thomas Onchuru & Martin Kaltenpoth
RNA interference (RNAi) is a powerful tool for studying functions of candidate genes in both model and non-model organisms and a promising technique for therapeutic applications. Successful application of this technique relies on the accuracy and reliability of methods used to quantify gene knockdown. With the limitation in the availability of antibodies for detecting proteins, quantitative PCR (qPCR) remains the preferred method for quantifying target gene knockdown after dsRNA treatment . We evaluated how qPCR...
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