Danish Study Backs Sensitivity of Exiqon qPCR Panels for Detecting miRNAs in Blood | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Exiqon's qPCR-based microRNA-quantification panels are more sensitive than competing qPCR- and microarray-based miRNA-quantification assays, particularly with the extremely low miRNA levels typically found in blood plasma or serum, according to a recently published independent research study.

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