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Exiqon this week launched the sixth generation of its Mircury LNA microRNA Arrays for expression profiling of microRNA from human, mouse, and rat.

The new arrays have 2,361 unique capture probes covering all mature human, mouse, rat, and related viral microRNA sequences as annotated in miRBase version 16.0. This is an increase of 500 microRNA capture probes compared with the fifth generation of the firm's microRNA array. The array also contains capture probes for 66 internally discovered miRPlus microRNAs.

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