Genisphere, Progenika

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Genisphere last week launched its RampUP two-round linear RNA amplification kit. The kit is designed to be used with intact or degraded RNA samples, such as those extracted from formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissues or collected from cells through laser capture microdissection. 
 
According to Genisphere, the RampUP kit uses its tandem RNA polymerase promoters and can yield amplified RNA adaptable to any RNA expression platform, including qRT-PCR, glass microarrays, or Affymetrix GeneChips.
 

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