TriLink to Sell QuantiBact TINA Oligos Under Licensing Pact | GenomeWeb

TriLink Biotechnologies said today that it has inked a licensing agreement with Denmark's QuantiBact to offer twisted intercalating nucleic acid, or TINA, modified oligonucleotides.

TINA molecules are intercalators placed at the 5' end of primers to stabilize duplex formation, thus improving the sensitivity and specificity of endpoint and real-time PCR, TriLink said. The molecules may be used wherever an enhanced melting temperature is required such as triplex formation, or potentially even gene silencing, the company said.

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