Sigma-Aldrich, Qiagen

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Sigma-Aldrich said this week that it has expanded its shRNA gene family sets in lentiviral format to include the Mission TRC shRNA human kinase gene family.
 

 
Qiagen has recently introduced the miRNeasy kits, a line of kits that enable purification of total RNA, including miRNA, or enrichment of miRNA and other small RNAs in a separate fraction.
 

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