The most comprehensive MicroRNA and Noncoding RNA qPCR assay selection in the industry—spend more time getting results, not designing assays

TaqMan™ Assays are probe and primer sets based on 5’-nuclease assay chemistry using TaqMan™ MGB (minor groove binder) probes, the most quantitative expression technology available.

  • High specificity, great sensitivity, and large dynamic range for noncoding RNA studies
  • Ready-to-go format: TaqMan Assays require no optimization and eliminate the labor, expense, and bioinformatics expertise required to design qPCR assays

Choose from a variety of primer and probe sets (assays) designed by Thermo Fisher scientists based on format and research area.

What assay format do you want? What type of research are you doing? Use this TaqMan Assay/Array
Single tube Mature miRNA detection TaqMan Advanced miRNA Assays
Pri-miRNA detection TaqMan Pri-miRNA Assays
Long non-coding RNA detection TaqMan Non-coding RNA Assays
96-well plate Mature miRNA detection TaqMan Advanced miRNA Plates
384-well microfluidic card Mature miRNA detection, fixed content TaqMan miRNA Array Cards
Mature miRNA detection, custom content Custom TaqMan miRNA Array Cards
OpenArray plate Large-scale profiling (human/rodent) TaqMan OpenArray MicroRNA Panels

Submit your own sequences and we will make TaqMan Assays to your specifications.

What assay format do you want? Use this TaqMan Assay/Array
Single tube Custom TaqMan Small RNA Assays

TaqMan Assays are available in the following formats:

  • Single tubes are available in a convenient all-in-one tube format for quantitative miRNA and noncoding RNA (ncRNA) studies.
  • 96-well plates - compatible with Applied Biosystems™ 7500, 7500 Fast, 7900HT Fast, ViiA™ 7, StepOnePlus™, and QuantStudio™ 3, 5, 6 Flex, 7 Flex, & 12K Flex real-time PCR systems.
  • 384-well microfluidic cards - compatible with our ViiA 7, 7900HT Fast, and QuantStudio 7 Flex & 12K Flex real-time PCR systems
  • OpenArray™ Plates are for use with the OpenArray™ Real-Time PCR System to meet high-throughput profiling demands.