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Custom siRNA Synthesis from Thermo Scientific

ProductsCustom siRNA Synthesis from Thermo Scientific
Company Thermo Scientific
Item Custom siRNA Synthesis
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Description Thermo has recently launched a custom synthesis service for synthetic small interfering RNA (siRNA).

Thermos siRNA molecules are:

  • Composed of 18-20 RNA bases with 2 DNA bases overhang at the 3-terminus
  • PAGE purified
  • Delivered fully deprotected and ready-to-use.
Simply order your custom siRNAs today using our siRNA order form.
Info Thermo ScientificThermo Scientific
450 Fortune Blvd.
Milford, MA 01757
Customer Service: North America: 1-877-THERMO-U
Fax Number: 508-520-2229
Web Site: http://www.thermo.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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