Polyplus-transfection Demonstrates Use of ZNAs as Short Hydrolysis Probes for qPCR | GenomeWeb

By Bernadette Toner

Polyplus-transfection has demonstrated that its proprietary zip nucleic acids, which are modified oligonucleotides that have a greater affinity for nucleic acids than standard oligos, can be used as short hydrolysis probes for qPCR.

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