Gene Expression Analysis
Gene expression profiling simultaneously compares the expression levels of multiple genes between two or more samples. This analysis can help scientists identify the molecular basis of phenotypic differences and select gene expression targets for in-depth study. Gene expression profiling provides valuable insight into the role of differential gene expression in normal biological and disease processes.
Explore our gene expression solutions and technologies
Real-time PCR is the gold-standard technique for verification of differential gene expression profiles. Our comprehensive offering of TaqMan Gene Expression Assays and flexible formats enables fast and cost-effective results.
Transcriptome sequencing by next-generation sequencing enables the discovery of differentially expressed genes using a hypothesis-neutral approach.
Microarrays are designed with up-to-date content from public sequence data sources, and enable fast, detailed transcriptome-wide expression profiling, even from challenging and precious samples with no bioinformatics resources required.
- Clariom D Assays for analysis of genes, long noncoding RNA, exons, and splice variants
- Clariom S Assays for robust profiling of well-annotated genes
- Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software for analysis
- Learn more about our affordable transcriptome profiling services
- See our microarray instruments
Multiplex hybridization-based assays utilize a branched DNA technology for signal amplification for the direct quantitation of gene expression transcripts. These assays are designed to quantitatively measure RNA directly from cell or tissue homogenates without RNA purification or enzymatic manipulation.
Gene expression quantification by digital PCR
Digital PCR enables highly precise measurements and is able to resolve gene expression level changes of two-fold or less. Digital PCR can also be used to determine the absolute quantification of a transcript without the need for a reference gene.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.