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Why would siRNA be preferred over a chemical inhibitor that targets the same molecule?

A) The siRNA will

bind to more than just one sequence and result in various inhibitor.

B) The specificity of the chemical inhibitor is high and not a desirable trait.

C) siRNA is stable and will stay around forever where a chemical inhibitor is short lived.

D) Off targets of chemical inhibition may occur where siRNA is specific to a desired mRNA.

E) None of the above.

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