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Whole Genome Amplification for Single Cell Biology
Whole genome amplification (WGA) offers a means to overcome the above restrictions for single-cell genomic analyses. WGA has been described as a non-specific amplification technique that affords an amplified product completely representative of the initial starting material.
Water for Next-Generation Sequencing
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) revolutionized genomic research, and is now playing a crucial role in the clinical environment.
Whole Transcriptome Amplification of RNA from Low Cell-Number Samples
The efficacy of amplification of small quantities of total RNA with the Complete Whole Transcriptome Amplification Kit (WTA2) was examined in this study.
Modification of the WTA2 Amplification Product for Next Generation Sequencing
Transplex Whole Transcriptome Amplification (WTA2) exponentially amplifies RNA producing a double-stranded cDNA library while precisely maintaining differential levels of individual transcripts in test and reference samples.
ChIC and CUT&RUN Data Analysis Tool Overview
Chromatin Immunocleavage (ChIC) and CUT&RUN data analysis tool for file management and downstream sequencing data analyses.
Custom Next-Gen Sequencing Oligos
Regardless of next-generation sequencing (NGS) platform, universal and index adapter sequences are required for the proper assembly of sample fragments.
DNA Standards for Metagenomic Research into Microbiome Communities
The use of standards is critical to the integrity of metagenomics research. Learn how DNA standards for bacteria, fungi, and viruses are applied to studying the microbiome. Choose standards for E. coli and other key species, as well as mixed
Peptide Modifications: N-Terminal, Internal, and C-Terminal
Peptide Modifications: N-Terminal, Internal, and C-Terminal.
siRNA Universal Negative Controls
MISSION siRNA Universal Negative Controls are an essential component to any siRNA experiment. Using a Negative siRNA control allows the researcher to create a baseline for mRNA knockdown efficiency. MISSION siRNA Universal Negative Controls have been tested in human, rat
ChIC/CUT&RUN Kits
Chromatin Immunocleavage (ChIC) kits and CUT&RUN technology overview for improved chromatin isolation and downstream analyses.
Traditional HPLC is Incapable of Reducing Cross Contamination of Custom Next-Generation Sequencing Adapters to Acceptable Levels
he development of next-generation massively parallel sequencing technologies (NGS), including the Roche 454™ Genome Sequencer FLX Instrument, the Illumina Genome Analyzer, Life Technology’s Ion Torrent™ Personal Genome Machine, and the Pacific Biosciences RS have revolutionized genomic and genetic research, significantly
ChIC and CUT&RUN Data Analysis Tool Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Chromatin Immunocleavage (ChIC) and CUT&RUN data analysis tool frequently asked questions (FAQs).
Nuclease-Free Water at Your Fingertips
An ultrafiltration cartridge can be placed at the outlet of a water purification system to deliver nuclease-free ultrapure water.
Positive Control siRNA
MISSION Positive Control siRNA, designed using the Rosetta siRNA Design Algorithm, serve as ideal complement to any siRNA silencing experiment. All MISSION Positive Control siRNA have been validated to work, so that you can spend more time silencing your gene
Minimizing Dimerization of Next-Generation Sequencing Adapters
Turn to our Next-Gen Sequencing Oligos (NGSO) as a potential solution if you are experiencing high levels of adapter dimer formation with custom adapters sourced from other vendors.
Onyx Quencher™ for Probed-Based qPCR
Onxy Quencher emits heat instead of light and offers and improved signal-to-noise ratio over fluorescent quenchers.
Maximizing Read Length Output in Next-Generation Sequencing
Customer-generated data from the test lot demonstrated that our adapters significantly outperformed other vendor's material.