US Genomics announced today the availability of its Direct miRNA reagents and kits to detect known human and mouse micro RNAs with the company’s Trilogy Single Molecule Analyzer platform.

The Trilogy platform directly detects and quantifies individual molecules of miRNAs, DNA, RNA, and proteins without need for amplification, US Genomics said. The newly available Direct miRNA kits enable researchers to screen samples against a panel of known miRNAs, and to validate and characterize specific miRNAs of interest, the company said.

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