short hairpin RNA

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short hairpin RNA

Dicer-independent processing of short hairpin RNAs

Design of extended short hairpin RNAs for HIV-1 inhibition

Nucleotide sequence homology requirements of HIV‐1‐specific short hairpin RNA

An enhanced U6 promoter for synthesis of short hairpin RNA

Correlation of structure and activity of short hairpin RNA

Short-hairpin RNAs synthesized by T7 phage polymerase do not induce interferon

Short-hairpin RNAs delivered by lentiviral vector transduction trigger RIG-I-mediated IFN activation

Chemistry-based RNA technologies: demonstration of usefulness of libraries of ribozymes and short hairpin RNAs (shRNAs)

RNAi Codex: a portal/database for short-hairpin RNA (shRNA) gene-silencing constructs

An RNA polymerase II construct synthesizes short-hairpin RNA with a quantitative indicator and mediates highly efficient RNAi

Overexpression of Dicer enhances RNAi-mediated gene silencing by short-hairpin RNAs (shRNAs) in human cells

Cancer Inhibition in Nude Mice After Systemic Application of U6 Promoter–Driven Short Hairpin RNAs Against PLK1

Knockdown of Human p53 Gene Expression in 293-T Cells by Retroviral Vector-mediated Short Hairpin RNA

Transiently Expressed Short Hairpin RNA Targeting 126 kDa Protein of Tobacco Mosaic Virus Interferes with Virus Infection

Abi1 gene silencing by short hairpin RNA impairs Bcr-Abl-induced cell adhesion and migration in vitro and leukemogenesis in vivo

An inducible system for expression and validation of the specificity of short hairpin RNA in mammalian cells

A short motif in Drosophila SECIS Binding Protein 2 provides differential binding affinity to SECIS RNA hairpins

Short hairpin type of dsRNAs that are controlled by tRNAVal promoter significantly induce RNAi‐mediated gene silencing in the cytoplasm of human cells


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A short RNA sequence that has a tight hairpin loop and that is cleaved to produce siRNA. Plasmids encoding shRNAs are used experimentally to suppress gene expression.

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