Looking to Tap microRNA Market, Invitrogen Will Launch miRNA Microarray in December | GenomeWeb

As the microRNA field continues to garner attention from both academia and industry, Invitrogen said this week that it will toss its hat into the ring next month with the introduction of the NCode miRNA microarray platform.

According to Invitrogen, the NCode will allow researchers to profile all known miRNAs from humans, mouse, rat, Drosophila, C. elegans, and zebrafish, as well as additional predicted human miRNAs.

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