Exiqon Launches Bioinformatics Tools for miRNA, mRNA Analysis Using LNA-Based Assays | GenomeWeb

Exiqon this week launched a pair of bioinformatics products designed to extend the capabilities of its locked nucleic acid technology for detecting and analyzing microRNAs and mRNA.

The first software product will allow users to design custom quantitative real-time PCR assays for microRNA quantification using Exiqon's miRCURY LNA microRNA PCR kits; while the second product will enable customers to design locked nucleic acid probes to detect mRNA using in situ hybridization.

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