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MISSION® microRNA Mimic


Synonym: hsa-miR-1306-3p



Related Categories Functional Genomics and RNAi, Molecular Biology, miRNA, miRNA mimics: hsa-miR-1201 to hsa-miR-3200
Quality Level   100
product line   MISSION®
mature sequence   ACGUUGGCUCUGGUGGUG
Sanger mature/minor accession no.   MIMAT0005950
Sanger microRNA accession no.   MI0006443
storage temp.   −20°C


General description

The ready-to-use MISSION miRNA mimics are small, double-stranded RNA molecules designed to mimic endogenous mature miRNA molecules when introduced into cells. miRNA are known to regulate gene expression in a variety of manners, including translational repression, mRNA cleavage and deadenylation. MISSION miRNA Mimics, a member of MISSION RNAi product family, provides miRNA researchers with a range of options from individual MISSION mimics to a full library of human miRNA mimics based on latest version of miRBase (currently hosted by the University of Manchester, previously hosted by the Sanger Institute).

• Optimized and ready for transfection.
• Novel MISSION miRNA mimic design has been functionally tested for knockdown efficiency against natural miRNA targets.
• Unique MISSION miRNA mimic design significantly reduces possible sense strand off target effects.
• Available as a whole human library and individual miRNA targets.

Other Notes

miRBase V18 Mature ID update: hsa-miR-1306-3p

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MISSION is a registered trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

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Safety Information

NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
Flash Point(F) 
Not applicable
Flash Point(C) 
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