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miRCURY LNA in situ Detection probes from Exiqon

ProductsmiRCURY LNA in situ Detection probes from Exiqon
Company Exiqon
Item miRCURY LNA in situ Detection probes
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Description Exiqon's miRCURY LNA technology enables sensitive and specific detection of microRNAs (miRNAs) by in situ hybridisation. miRCURY LNA in situ detection probes have high binding affinity and discrimination, enabling the specific and sensitive detection of miRNAs. Specific in situ detection of miRNA is possible in whole mounts, thin sections, single cells and in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue sections. Pre-designed miRCURY LNA in situ detection probes are available for all known miRNAs in invertebrates, vertebrates and plants, as registered and annotated in the miRNA Registry at The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. Custom miRCURY detection probes are available for your own miRNAs. Probes are ready to be labeled or pre-labeled with your preferred detection method, e.g. DIG*, biotin, fluorescence.
  • Detect low abundance miRNAs
  • Probes available for all miRNAs
  • Single- or dual-base discrimination
  • Probes are ready to be labeled or pre-labeled with your preferred detection method, e.g. DIG*, biotin, fluorescence
  • Fully developed protocols
*Licensed from Roche Diagnostics GmbH

Price: $250 - 415 (dependent on labelling)
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