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miRCURY LNA Northern Blotting Detection probes from Exiqon

ProductsmiRCURY LNA Northern Blotting Detection probes from Exiqon
Company Exiqon
Item miRCURY LNA Northern Blotting Detection probes
Description Exiqon's miRCURY LNA technology enables sensitive and specific detection of microRNAs (miRNAs) by Northern blotting. miRCURY LNA Detection probes have high binding affinity and discrimination, enabling the specific and sensitive detection of miRNAs. Due to the high binding affinity of the miRCURY LNA probes less than 1/10 the amount of sample is needed compared to traditional probes. Furthermore, the exposure time is reduced to just a few hours.

Pre-designed miRCURY LNA Detection probes are available for all known miRNAs in invertebrates, vertebrates and plants, as annotated in the miRNA Registry at The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. Custom miRCURY detection probes are available for your own miRNAs.
  • Preserve your precious RNA samples
  • Superior to DNA probes
  • Fast get results in a few hours
  • Detect miRNA in as little as 2.5 g total RNA
$250 - 415 (dependent on labelling)
Info ExiqonExiqon
Exiqon, Inc. (US Office)
600 West Cummings Park
Suite 1620
Woburn, MA 01801

Customer Service: (781) 376-4150

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DK-2950 Vedbaek

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