Arrays of Oligo Analogues PNA and LNA Promise Improved Sensitivity, Specificity | GenomeWeb

DNA MAY be a great information storage molecule, but many feel it needs some fine-tuning when it comes to microarrays. Peptide Nucleic Acid (PNA) and Locked Nucleic Acid (LNA) chips might provide one answer.

These DNA mimics promise arrays with greater sensitivity, specificity, or ease of use and could find applications in diagnostics, drug development, and as monitoring devices.

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