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Suppression ofMDR1gene expression by chemically modified siRNAs

Suppression ofMDR1gene expression by chemically modified siRNAs

Russian Chemical Bulletin 55(7): 1275-1283

ISSN/ISBN: 1066-5285

DOI: 10.1007/s11172-006-0411-z

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