RNA interference inhibits further gene expression by neutralizing the targeted mRNA molecules. Andrew Fire and Craig C. Mello shared the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physiology or medicine for RNA interference work in the nematode worm. RNAi is more potential than antisense technology for gene suppression. RNA interference can be a promising way to treat cancers by inhibiting the gene expression involved in cell division, in antiviral therapies, in medicines, in functional genomics etc.
Study more about the article “RNA Interference: A Recent Approach for the Remedy of Various Diseases” in “Journal of Immunological Techniques and Infectious Diseases”