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ScreenTape® Enables Fast Quality Control of miRNA qPCR Reactions

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Sequence-Specific DNA Assay

Molecular Devices
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Transfection of siRNAs into CML primary cells using Nucleofection®

Amaxa GmbH
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Validated Luminometric DLR™ Reporter Gene Assay with Thermo Scientific

Thermo Fisher Scientific
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