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GeneChip™ miRNA 3.0 Array Applied Biosystems™

Many diseases, including cancer, are frequently described as diseases of disordered gene expression. It is estimated that more than 30% of protein translation of coding genes is regulated by miRNA. There is also a large amount of growing evidence suggesting miRNA interacts with long non-coding RNA in the signaling networks that regulate alternative splicing events, which impacts cellular processes such as apoptosis, proliferation, and differentiation– all of which have shown to be causative elements in diseases such as cancer.

Measuring the changes in these critical nodes of regulation is extremely important for deciphering the biological context of differentially expressed genes. This new array design is a powerful tool for studying the role of small non-coding RNAs and their involvement in a broad spectrum of developmental and physiological mechanisms.

To keep pace with the discovery of new and novel miRNA, we are pleased to offer the GeneChip™ miRNA 3.0 Array to our growing catalog of miRNA arrays.

GeneChip miRNA 3.0 Arrays help bring you closer to biology with:
Comprehensive coverage – Designed to interrogate all mature miRNA sequences in miRBase Release 20
Easily correlate miRNA results – Analysis files contain host gene ID, predicted and validated miRNA target genes, and clustered miRNA information
Easy analysis – Analyze human, mouse, rat, or every miRNA for all species using the same array
Low sample input – Requires as little as 130 ng total RNA
Simple, fast, and free analysis solution – Coupled with GeneChip Expression Console and Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software, researchers have a complete solution from data to decision-making in minutes

GeneChip™ miRNA 4.1 Array Strip Applied Biosystems™

Many diseases, including cancer, are frequently described as diseases of disordered gene expression. It is estimated that more than 30% of protein translation of coding genes is regulated by miRNA. There is also a large amount of growing evidence suggesting miRNA interacts with long non-coding RNA in the signaling networks that regulate alternative splicing events, which impacts cellular processes such as apoptosis, proliferation, and differentiation – all of which have shown to be causative elements in diseases such as cancer.

Measuring the changes in these critical nodes of regulation is extremely important for deciphering the biological context of differentially expressed genes. This array design is a powerful tool for studying the role of small non-coding RNAs and their involvement in a broad spectrum of developmental and physiological mechanisms.

To account for known miRNAs, we are pleased to offer the miRNA 4.1 Array Strips within our growing catalog of miRNA arrays. This array offers updated content with the same high performance as the previous generation array.

Applied Biosystems™ miRNA 4.1 Array Strips help bring you closer to biology with:
Comprehensive coverage – Designed to interrogate all mature miRNA sequences in miRBase Release 20
Easily correlate miRNA results – Analysis files contain host gene ID, predicted and validated miRNA target genes, and clustered miRNA information
Easy analysis – Analyze human, mouse, rat, or every miRNA for all species using the same array
Low sample input – Requires as little as 130 ng total RNA
Simple, fast, and free analysis solutionCoupled with Expression Console™ Software and Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software, researchers have a complete solution from data to decision-making in minutes.

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GeneChip™ miRNA 3.1 Array Strip
B2 Control Oligo (3nM)
FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kits
FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kits
GeneAtlas™ Hybridization, Wash, and Stain Kit for miRNA Arrays
GeneAtlas™ Fluidics Tray Filling Guide for miRNA (laminated)
GeneChip™ Hybridization Control Kit

GeneChip™ miRNA 2.0 Array Applied Biosystems™

Many diseases, including cancer, are frequently described as diseases of disordered gene expression. It is estimated that more than 30% of protein translation of coding genes is regulated by miRNA. There is also a large amount of growing evidence suggesting miRNA interacts with long non-coding RNA in the signaling networks that regulate alternative splicing events, which impacts cellular processes such as apoptosis, proliferation, and differentiation– all of which have shown to be causative elements in diseases such as cancer.

Measuring the changes in these critical nodes of regulation is extremely important for deciphering the biological context of differentially expressed genes. This new array design is a powerful tool for studying the role of small non-coding RNAs and their involvement in a broad spectrum of developmental and physiological mechanisms.

To keep pace with the discovery of new and novel miRNA, we are pleased to offer the GeneChip™ miRNA 2.0 Array to our growing catalog of miRNA arrays.

GeneChip miRNA 2.0 Arrays help bring you closer to biology with:
Comprehensive coverage – Designed to interrogate all mature miRNA sequences in miRBase Release 20
Easily correlate miRNA results – Analysis files contain host gene ID, predicted and validated miRNA target genes, and clustered miRNA information
Easy analysis – Analyze human, mouse, rat, or every miRNA for all species using the same array
Low sample input – Requires as little as 130 ng total RNA
Simple, fast, and free analysis solution – Coupled with GeneChip Expression Console and Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software, researchers have a complete solution from data to decision-making in minutes

GeneChip™ miRNA 3.1 Array Strip Applied Biosystems™

The miRNA 3.1 Array Strips are powerful tools for studying the role of small non-coding RNA (miRNA, snoRNA, and scaRNA) and their importance in cancer and other diseases. Additionally, we offer the miRNA 4.1 Array Strips, which offers updated content with the same high performance as the previous generation array.

Related Links
miRNA 4.1 Array Strip
B2 Control Oligo (3nM)
FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kits
FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kits
GeneAtlas™ Hybridization, Wash, and Stain Kit for miRNA Arrays
GeneAtlas™ Fluidics Tray Filling Guide for miRNA (laminated)
GeneChip™ Hybridization Control Kit

GeneChip™ miRNA 4.1 Array Plate Applied Biosystems™

Many diseases, including cancer, are frequently described as diseases of disordered gene expression. It is estimated that more than 30% of protein translation of coding genes is regulated by miRNA. There is also a large amount of growing evidence suggesting miRNA interacts with long non-coding RNA in the signaling networks that regulate alternative splicing events, which impacts cellular processes such as apoptosis, proliferation, and differentiation. All of which have shown to be causative elements in diseases such as cancer.

Measuring the changes in these critical nodes of regulation is extremely important for deciphering the biological context of differentially expressed genes. This array design is a powerful tool for studying the role of small non-coding RNAs and their involvement in a broad spectrum of developmental and physiological mechanisms.

To keep pace with the discovery of new and novel miRNA, we are pleased to offer the miRNA 4.1 96-Array Plates and Trays in our catalog of miRNA arrays. This product offers updated content with the same high performance as the previous generation array.

miRNA 4.1 Array Plates and Trays help bring you closer to biology with:
Comprehensive coverage – Designed to interrogate all mature miRNA sequences in miRBase Release 20
Easily correlate miRNA results – Analysis files contain host gene ID, predicted and validated miRNA target genes, and clustered miRNA information
Easy analysis – Analyze human, mouse, rat, or every miRNA for all species using the same array
Low sample input – Requires as little as 130 ng total RNA
Simple, fast, and free analysis solution – Coupled with Expression Console™ Software and Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software, researchers have a complete solution from data to decision-making in minutes

Related Links
GeneTitan™ Wash Buffers A and B Module
B2 Control Oligo (3nM)
Genetitan™ miRNA Array Holding Buffer
FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kits
FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kits
GeneTitan™ Hybridization Module for miRNA Plates
GeneChip™ Hybridization Control Kit

GeneChip™ miRNA 4.0 Array Applied Biosystems™

Many diseases, including cancer, are frequently described as diseases of disordered gene expression. It is estimated that more than 30% of protein translation of coding genes is regulated by miRNA. There is also a large amount of growing evidence suggesting miRNA interacts with long non-coding RNA in the signaling networks that regulate alternative splicing events, which impacts cellular processes such as apoptosis, proliferation, and differentiation– all of which have shown to be causative elements in diseases such as cancer.

Measuring the changes in these critical nodes of regulation is extremely important for deciphering the biological context of differentially expressed genes. This array design is a powerful tool for studying the role of small non-coding RNAs and their involvement in a broad spectrum of developmental and physiological mechanisms.

To keep pace with the discovery of new and novel miRNA, we are pleased to offer the GeneChip™ miRNA 4.0 Array to our growing catalog of miRNA arrays. This array offers updated content with the same high performance as the previous-generation array.

GeneChip miRNA 4.0 Arrays help bring you closer to biology with:
Comprehensive coverage – Designed to interrogate all mature miRNA sequences in miRBase Release 20
Easily correlate miRNA results – Analysis files contain host gene ID, predicted and validated miRNA target genes, and clustered miRNA information
Easy analysis – Analyze human, mouse, rat, or every miRNA for all species using the same array
Low sample input – Requires as little as 130 ng total RNA
Simple, fast, and free analysis solution – Coupled with Expression Console™ Software and Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software, researchers have a complete solution from data to decision-making in minutes

GeneChip™ miRNA 3.1 Array Plate Applied Biosystems™

The miRNA 3.1 Array Plates and Trays are powerful tools for studying the role of small non-coding RNA (miRNA, snoRNA, and scaRNA) and their importance in cancer and other diseases. Additionally, we offer the miRNA 4.1 Array Plates and Trays, which offers updated content with the same high performance as the previous generation array.

Related Links
GeneTitan™ Wash Buffers A and B Module
B2 Control Oligo (3nM)
Genetitan™ miRNA Array Holding Buffer
FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kits
FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kits
GeneTitan™ Hybridization Module for miRNA Plates
GeneChip™ Hybridization Control Kit

GeneChip™ miRNA 3.0 Array Applied Biosystems™

Many diseases, including cancer, are frequently described as diseases of disordered gene expression. It is estimated that more than 30% of protein translation of coding genes is regulated by miRNA. There is also a large amount of growing evidence suggesting miRNA interacts with long non-coding RNA in the signaling networks that regulate alternative splicing events, which impacts cellular processes such as apoptosis, proliferation, and differentiation– all of which have shown to be causative elements in diseases such as cancer.

Measuring the changes in these critical nodes of regulation is extremely important for deciphering the biological context of differentially expressed genes. This new array design is a powerful tool for studying the role of small non-coding RNAs and their involvement in a broad spectrum of developmental and physiological mechanisms.

To keep pace with the discovery of new and novel miRNA, we are pleased to offer the GeneChip™ miRNA 3.0 Array to our growing catalog of miRNA arrays.

GeneChip miRNA 3.0 Arrays help bring you closer to biology with:
Comprehensive coverage – Designed to interrogate all mature miRNA sequences in miRBase Release 20
Easily correlate miRNA results – Analysis files contain host gene ID, predicted and validated miRNA target genes, and clustered miRNA information
Easy analysis – Analyze human, mouse, rat, or every miRNA for all species using the same array
Low sample input – Requires as little as 130 ng total RNA
Simple, fast, and free analysis solution – Coupled with GeneChip Expression Console and Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software, researchers have a complete solution from data to decision-making in minutes

GeneChip™ miRNA 4.0 Assay Applied Biosystems™

Many diseases, including cancer, are frequently described as diseases of disordered gene expression. It is estimated that more than 30% of protein translation of coding genes is regulated by miRNA. There is also a large amount of growing evidence suggesting miRNA interacts with long non-coding RNA in the signaling networks that regulate alternative splicing events, which impacts cellular processes such as apoptosis, proliferation, and differentiation– all of which have shown to be causative elements in diseases such as cancer.

Measuring the changes in these critical nodes of regulation is extremely important for deciphering the biological context of differentially expressed genes. This array design is a powerful tool for studying the role of small non-coding RNAs and their involvement in a broad spectrum of developmental and physiological mechanisms.

To keep pace with the discovery of new and novel miRNA, we are pleased to offer the GeneChip™ miRNA 4.0 Array and Flashtag™ Bundle to our growing catalog of miRNA arrays. This array offers updated content with the same high performance as the previous-generation array.

GeneChip miRNA 4.0 Arrays help bring you closer to biology with:
Comprehensive coverage – Designed to interrogate all mature miRNA sequences in miRBase Release 20
Easily correlate miRNA results – Analysis files contain host gene ID, predicted and validated miRNA target genes, and clustered miRNA information
Easy analysis – Analyze human, mouse, rat, or every miRNA for all species using the same array
Low sample input – Requires as little as 130 ng total RNA
Simple, fast, and free analysis solution – Coupled with Expression Console™ Software and Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) Software, researchers have a complete solution from data to decision-making in minutes

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