Invitrogen Introduces NCODE™ Human miRNA Microarray V3
News Mar 31, 2008
Invitrogen Corporation announced the launch of the company’s NCode™ Human miRNA Microarray V3. Including new content available from the Sanger database 10.0 as well as 373 novel sequences discovered through deep sequencing, the Ncode human miRNA microarray enables sensitive and reproducible profiling of miRNAs within a sample.
With the NCode™ array, researchers have a powerful tool to profile miRNA expression patterns in a given disease or developmental state. The array is spotted with extensive controls for confidence in experimental results.
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