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Custom TaqMan™ Small RNA Assay Applied Biosystems™

Custom TaqMan Small RNA Assays use TaqMan Real-Time PCR Assays for the analysis of any small RNA molecule. The novel adaptations in TaqMan Assay design developed for the study of miRNAs are ideal for analysis of any small nucleic acid less than 200 bases long, including newly discovered miRNAs, Piwi-interacting RNA (piRNA), small nuclear RNA (snRNA), and small nucleolar RNA (snoRNA).

Flexible and convenient ordering—easy process with our secure Custom TaqMan Small RNA Assay design tool
Versatile application—use for the analysis of any small RNA from any species
Reliable outcome—pre-formulated assays are optimized to run under universal conditions
Powerful miRNA quantitation—the same sensitivity, specificity, and reproducibility as predesigned TaqMan MicroRNA Assays

Sophisticated design pipeline
The miRPipe Small RNA Assay design pipeline is founded on our extensive background and bioinformatics expertise designing TaqMan Gene Expression Assays. To detect very small targets, it includes design features based on empirical data gathered over years of experiments. The resulting automated pipeline includes built-in flexibility features enabling design of assays for the broadest assortment of small RNA sequences. The benefits of TaqMan Assay technology are ideal for analysis of virtually any small RNA, enabling results you can trust from the very first experiment.

Ordering information
First, bioinformatically qualify your sequence target for specificity and sequence quality, then use the Custom TaqMan Small RNA Assay Design Tool to input your sequence and submit it for assay design. This easy-to-use tool is a secure and confidential. If we are unable to design or manufacture an assay for your sequence target of interest, you will not be charged.

dCTP Solution (100 mM) Thermo Scientific™

Thermo Scientific dCTP (2'-deoxycytidine 5'-triphosphate) is highly stable nucleotide, supplied as 100 mM aqueous solution titrated to pH 7.3-7.5 with NaOH. The nucleotide has greater than 99% purity, is free of nuclease activities, human and E. coli DNA. It is designed for many different molecular biology applications.

Highlights

• Greater than 99% purity confirmed by HPLC
• Free of human and E.coli DNA
• Highly stable

Application tested in:
• Long range PCR (40 kb)
• cDNA synthesis and RT-PCR
• Real-time PCR
• Standard PCR
• High fidelity PCR

Applications

For use in all molecular biology applications, including PCR, real-time PCR, high fidelity and long PCR, LAMP-PCR, cDNA synthesis, RT-PCR, RDA, MDA, DNA labeling, and DNA sequencing.

UltraPure™ Glycerol Invitrogen™

UltraPure Glycerol is suitable for the concentration and storage of enzymes at low temperatures. A 50% (v/v) solution will not freeze at -20°C. Because it has a density of 1.26 g/mL, glycerol frequently is used as a component in electrophoresis loading buffers. UltraPure Glycerol gradients can be used to purify proteins, bacteriophage, or organelles. Redistilled UltraPure Glycerol is >=99% pure.

Performance and quality testing: no DNase, RNase, or protease activity detected

TaqMan™ Gene Expression Assay, VIC primer-limited Applied Biosystems™

Applied Biosystems TaqMan Gene Expression Assays, VIC primer-limited, are used for quantitative real-time PCR analysis of gene expression and consist of a pair of unlabeled PCR primers and a TaqMan probe with a dye label (VIC) on the 5’ end and a minor groove binder (MGB) and nonfluorescent quencher (NFQ) on the 3’ end. These assays are primer-limited and ideal for multiplex reactions looking at two different gene targets in the same qPCR well.

Features include:
Easy to use—just add cDNA and master mix and run the qPCR—no melt curves required
Specific—TaqMan assays use proprietary MGB-containing probes that can be up to 15 bases shorter than non-MGB probes, improving the specificity of the assay
Sensitive—TaqMan assays are ideal for measuring low levels of expression or low-abundance targets
Accurate—identify small fold-changes with high accuracy of quantitation
Extensive content—over 1.8 million predesigned assays available for over 25 different species
Gold-standard TaqMan qPCR chemistry—TaqMan assays draw on Thermo Fisher Scientific's bioinformatics assay design pipeline to help ensure high specificity and minimal cross-reactivity, even for gene variants with high sequence homology
Ideal for multiplexing—combine one FAM-labeled and one VIC-labeled assay to create a duplex assay for two different gene targets in the same qPCR well
Ideal for control assays—use a VIC primer-limited assay for high-expressing endogenous control genes

Approximate ship time
Made to order: 4–6 days in North America, 6–10 days in Europe

TaqMan Gene Expression assays are the gold standard in real-time PCR gene expression studies, built on more than 20 years of experience. Each assay includes target primers and a sequence-specific probe optimized for the best functional performance. No additional design, optimization, or melt curve analysis is needed. Available in a wide variety of formats and species, new assay designs are constantly added to help meet your research needs. TaqMan assays have been cited in over 40,000 publications and are backed by more than 350 patents. All of our predesigned TaqMan Gene Expression assays are covered by the TaqMan Assays qPCR Guarantee.*

Recommended master mix: TaqMan Fast Advanced Master Mix

*Subject to terms and conditions. For complete details, go to www.thermofisher.com/taqmanguarantee.

Eureka™ Ovine Parentage Panel-163 plex Applied Biosystems™

Accelerate genetic improvement in sheep by increasing pedigree accuracy

Eureka™ Ovine Parentage Panel is a comprehensive parentage panel for sheep, providing superior power to accurately verify parentage. It was developed for use in globally diverse breeds of sheep. The panel covers 163 parentage SNPs for high accuracy, and includes a subset of 109 SNPs for use with North American breeds.

Eureka Ovine Parentage Panel offers an affordable, high-throughput, and robust targeted genotyping by sequencing (GBS) technology to parentage studies, increasing the accuracy of ovine breeding programs. The availability of over 3,000 barcodes enables processing of over 3,000 samples in a single sequencing run for fast turnaround time. The low marker-density panel ensures accurate interrogation of all the ovine parentage markers in all regions of the genome. The 163-SNP panel can be customized to include additional markers for enhancing the accuracy and value of the panel.

Highlights of Eureka Ovine Parentage Panel:

Highly informative and well-characterized markers - covers 163 parentage SNPs for higher accuracy, with minimal overlap of highly informative SNP markers.
Ideal for North American breeds - contains a subset of 109 SNPs for use with North American breeds.
Robust marker selection - ensures genotypes through our internal validation processes.
Affordable - use with globally diverse breeds and achieve high overall genotyping efficiency and economy of scale.
Automated analysis - Eureka Analysis Suite manages samples, ensures next-generation sequencing (NGS) index combination integrity, and enables genotyping data analysis with a single software package.

TaqMan™ Array Human eNOS Signaling Applied Biosystems™

These 96-well plates are pre-configured with the most appropriate TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays for a specific biological process, pathway, or disease state. Each plate contains predefined assays and endogenous controls dried-down in the wells, ready for accurate assessment of an entire gene signature in one simple experiment. The TaqMan® Array Human eNOS Signaling 96-well Plate contains 92 assays to genes associated with eNOS signaling and 4 assays to candidate endogenous control genes.

Human PGK1 (Phosphoglycerate Kinase 1) Endogenous Control (FAM™/MGB Probe, non-primer limited) Applied Biosystems™

The Applied Biosystems® Human PGK1 (phosphoglycerate kinase 1) Endogenous Control (FAM™ ⁄ MGB Probe, Non-Primer Limited) is intended as an endogenous control. It allows relative gene expression quantification in cDNA samples when used with other gene expression assays. Probe is labeled with 6FAM™ dye - MGB and the primers are not limited. Can be used for singleplex PCR reactions. Endogenous control is to be used with Inventoried and Non-Inventoried TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays, Custom TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays, and⁄or Custom TaqMan® Primers and Probes.

Assay Details:

Gene Symbol: PGK1
RefSeq: NM_000291.2
Probe Exon Location:4-5
Amplicon Size: 75
Corresponding TaqMan Assay ID: Hs9999906_m1

TaqMan® Endogenous Controls

Eliminate months of assay design, formulation, and testing by using TaqMan® Endogenous Controls as your controls to quantify gene expression. This convenient collection of pre-designed probe and primer sets enables you to normalize the amount of sample RNA or DNA in a reaction.

Complete Solution for Quantitative Gene Expression

Having a hard time deciding what controls to use to quantify gene expression — even with detailed information on biological systems? Now, with TaqMan® Endogenous Controls, you can avoid all the trial-and-error of selecting controls for most common human, mouse, rat, and eukaryotic genes.

Simple to Use

All components of the TaqMan® Endogenous Controls are QC tested, formulated into a single 20X mix, and functionally tested. The controls are not only simple to use, but they are also fully compatible with universal conditions for two-step RT-PCR. Just add TaqMan® Universal PCR Master Mix (with or without AmpErase® UNG) and your cDNA sample to generate sensitive, reproducible, and truly quantitative gene expression data on Applied Biosystems instruments including the Applied Biosystems 7900HT, 7300, 7500 Real-Time PCR Systems, and the 7000 and 7700 Sequence Detection Systems.

Flexible Offering

We build each endogenous control using our proven 5' nuclease chemistry. For maximum flexibility, you can choose between two different reporter dyes and two quenchers:
• A FAM™ dye-labeled TaqMan® MGB probe (250nM, final concentration) and two unlabeled PCR primers (900nM each)
• A VIC® dye-labeled TaqMan® MGB probe (250nM, final concentration) and two unlabeled PCR primers (150nM each y primer limited)
• A VIC® dye-labeled TAMRA™ probe (250nM, final concentration) and two unlabeled PCR primers (150nM each y primer limited)

Choosing the Right Endogenous Control

Endogenous controls can normalize the expression levels of target genes by correcting differences in the amount of cDNA that is loaded into PCR reaction wells. For best results, verify that the endogenous control is consistently expressed in the sample set to be tested. Endogenous control expression must be uniform across all samples in the study. For multiplexing, ensure that the gene expression level of the endogenous control is greater than that of the target.

Multiplex vs. Singleplex PCR

All TaqMan® Endogenous Controls that contain probes labeled with the VIC® reporter dye are primer limited. This allows multiplexing of TaqMan® Endogenous Controls with target gene expression assays, provided that the control gene is more abundantly expressed than the target gene. All TaqMan® Endogenous Controls that contain probes labeled with the FAM™ reporter dye are not primer limited and are not intended for multiplexing .

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

TaqMan™ GAPDH Assay, JUN™ dye/QSY™ probe Applied Biosystems™

The Applied Biosystems® TaqMan® GAPDH Assay with JUN® dye-labeled QSY® probe provides a pre-formulated assay for quantitating human GAPDH. This assay enables relative gene expression quantification in cDNA samples when used with other gene expression assays. The assay consists of a JUN® dye-labeled QSY® probe plus sequence-specific forward and reverse primers, and it can be used for multiplex or singleplex PCR reactions.

Benefits of this assay include:

• Eliminate assay design time by using pre-designed primers and pre-designed JUN® dye-labeled TaqMan® probe
• Minimize experimental optimization time
• Use in conjunction with FAM™ or VIC® dye-labeled predesigned gene expression assays

Save time in assay design, formulation, and testing by using the TaqMan® GAPDH Assay as your control when quantifying gene expression. This pre-designed probe and primer set enables you to normalize the amount of sample RNA or DNA in a reaction when used with a control sample. Or use it for relative gene expression quantification in cDNA samples when used with other gene expression assays.

The JUN® dye is optimized for use with the 4th filter of our QuantStudio™, ViiA™ 7, and 7500 series real-time PCR instruments. Please note that master mix containing ROX™ dye cannot be used with this assay (with JUN® dye) due to an overlap of spectra. TaqMan® Multiplex Master Mix with MUSTANG PURPLE® dye is recommended.

Platinum™ PCR SuperMix High Fidelity Invitrogen™

Platinum® PCR SuperMix, High Fidelity, is a ready-to-use mixture of DNA polymerase, salts, magnesium, and dNTPs for efficient PCR amplification. You need only add template and primers, reducing set-up time by half (see figure). With Platinum® PCR SuperMix, High Fidelity, you'll:

• Achieve greater than six-times higher fidelity than Taq DNA polymerase
• Amplify fragments up to 15 kb
• Produce products that are mixed blunt and 3-A' ends; however, the majority of ends will have a 3-A' overhangs
• Minimize PCR optimization

Using Platinum® PCR SuperMix, High Fidelity
Platinum® PCR SuperMix, High Fidelity, is for high-specificity, high-fidelity DNA amplification applications, such as cloning or mutagenesis. High fidelity is provided by a mixture of Taq DNA polymerase and the proofreading Pyrococcus species GB-D polymerase. High specificity is achieved by anti-Taq antibodies, allowing for automatic 'hot-start' PCR. This hot-start capability increases specificity and yield and allows for room-temperature reaction assembly.

TaqMan™ Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit Invitrogen™

The TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit makes it possible to perform expression analysis directly from cultured cells without RNA purification. This kit saves time and offers a simple workflow that is suitable for a few samples or can be easily incorporated into automated, high-throughput applications.

The TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT Kit is:

• Complete—optimized workflow includes cell lysis reagents with gDNA removal, RT enzyme mix, buffer, and new TaqMan® Gene Expression Master Mix
• Fast—7-minute sample prep, including DNase treatment, at room temperature
• Easy—lyse samples in a tube or directly in culture plates
• Robust—perform gene expression analysis on 10–100,000 cells per sample; results equivalent to those from purified RNA
• Efficient—contains sufficient reagents to generate 500 real-time PCR results from 100 starting samples

Featuring a unique method for lysing cultured cells while removing genomic DNA and preserving RNA integrity, the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit contains reverse transcription (RT) reagents for cDNA synthesis and TaqMan® Gene Expression Master Mix for real-time PCR analysis. TaqMan® primer⁄probe sets are sold separately.

Simple 7-minute sample preparation: part of a complete workflow
Whether you are using plates or tubes, the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit, which uses the simple 7-minute sample preparation procedure outlined (see figure), is designed for 10–100,000 cultured cells⁄sample. Cells are washed in PBS and lysed in solution for 5 minutes at room temperature; DNase treatment can be performed simultaneously. Lysis is terminated at room temperature by a 2-minute incubation with Stop Solution. The lysates are now ready for reverse transcription or storage at –20°C. Because samples can be processed directly in culture wells (96 or 384 wells), sample handling and the potential for sample loss or transfer error are minimized, facilitating rapid, high-throughput processing. Unlike old-fashioned, multi-step RNA isolation protocols, no heating, washing, or centrifugation steps are required. The kit greatly simplifies a laborious 30–60 minute process and reduces it to 7 minutes.

The TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit workflow enables unsurpassed gene expression evaluation with any of the >700,000 TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays. This kit has been extensively tested for specificity with a broad selection of TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays and shows performance equivalent to that obtained with purified RNA (see figure).

Achieve unsurpassed performance and sensitivity
Unlike some competitor kits that limit the amount of lysate in the RT reaction to 5%, the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit can accommodate 45% of the total RT reaction volume as cell lysate. Additionally, cDNA can comprise up to 45% of the real-time PCR reaction volume. The large lysate volume in the optimized RT reaction, along with the large cDNA volume in the subsequent real-time PCR using the TaqMan® Gene Expression Master Mix, lead to maximum sensitivity. The master mix amplifies the target precisely and accurately, enabling the detection of small quantities of target, such as transcripts expressed at low levels.

The ability to detect limited target quantities was tested by mixing a constant number of human cells with various numbers of mouse cells. The cell mixtures were prepared using the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ and assayed for a mouse-specific and human-specific gene. Comparative data were generated in the same manner with RNA purified by traditional methodology. The data show that RNA from as few as 10 mouse cells was detectable in a background of RNA from 10,000 human cells (see figure). The ability of the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit to detect relative low abundance transcripts was equivalent to that of purified RNA; at low levels, it was superior.

Additionally, the performance of the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit was compared to competitor lysate kits and to purified RNA. Inputs of 100–100,000 cells⁄lysis reaction were examined. The sensitivity of the TaqMan® Cells-to-CT™ Kit protocol was equivalent to that obtained with purified RNA, and it surpassed competitor lysates (see figure). Furthermore, the lack of inhibition at high cellular inputs and the low variation among technical replicates demonstrate the reliability of this approach for gene expression studies using cultured cells.

Proven performance, proven together
All components of the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit have been optimized for consistent and reliable performance. This removes the guesswork involved in assembling separate sample preparation, RT, and real-time PCR kits. And the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit has been validated with TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays for added quality assurance.

Accessory product
The TaqMan® Cells-to-CT™ Control Kit was designed for use with the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-CT™ Kit. This kit contains an endogenous control (ACTB) to normalize for sample loading variability and an artifical XenoRNA™ control and corresponding TaqMan® Gene Expression Assay to monitor the effects of PCR inhibition.

TaqPath™ qPCR Master Mix, CG Applied Biosystems™

The master mix delivers confident results in both single and duplex reactions, even in the presence of inhibitors commonly found in clinical samples. All lots are functionally tested to help ensure lot-to-lot reproducibility for Ct consistency and dynamic range across a wide variety of assays. This General Purpose Reagent is manufactured according to applicable CFR requirements and labeled 'For Laboratory Use'. With stringent quality and premier performance, TaqPath qPCR Master Mix is a superior choice for your diagnostic testing or development needs.

Features of the TaqPath qPCR Master Mix include:
• Efficient and linear detection of up to eight logs with gene expression or miRNA assays
• Enables reliable detection of low-copy templates with reproducible CT results
• Robust multiplexing performance with exogenous or endogenous targets
• Manufactured with stringent production and process controls to help ensure lot-to-lot consistency

TaqPath qPCR Master Mix, CG, is a 2X formulation designed for gene expression and miRNA analysis. It contains thermostable Fast DNA polymerase, uracil-N-glycosylase (UNG), dNTPs with dUTP, ROX dye (passive reference), and optimized buffer components for maximum robustness and reproducibility.

Validated with a breadth of workflows
TaqPath qPCR Master Mix, CG, has been validated to provide high specificity and dynamic range for use in multiple real-time PCR applications. The formulation can be run in either fast or standard cycling conditions on a wide variety of qPCR platforms. The figure below demonstrates the excellent PCR linearity over an 8-log input range of template with both gene expression and miRNA assays.

In addition, TaqPath qPCR Master Mix, CG, has been engineered to retain consistent performance in preassembled reactions for up to 48 hours. The stability of this mix provides users of high-throughput, liquid handling systems the assurance that the results on the first plate will mimic those of the last plate. TaqPath qPCR Master Mix has been benchmarked against similar competitor master mixes and demonstrates equivalent or better sensitivity and dynamic range across a variety of targets.

Reproducible sensitive detection
We understand the importance of reliably detecting low-copy targets for your test quality and data interpretation. TaqPath qPCR Master Mix, CG, helps generate significant and reproducible CT values for ≤10 copy detection. The figure below shows the consistent CT results obtained from three unique lots when detecting 10-copy inputs. This lot-to-lot CT consistency is preserved across multiple assays with different attributes and expression levels to maximize confidence in your results.

Optimized for multiplexing
Simultaneous amplification of multiple assays can be beneficial not only as a control to normalize and detect anomalies in experiments, but also to improve efficiency and cost-savings for labs. TaqPath qPCR Master Mix has been optimized with enzymes and component concentrations to facilitate multiplexing while preserving specificity, and it is validated for duplex performance in each manufacturing lot.

Inhibitor tolerant
Unlike other master mixes on the market, TaqPath qPCR Master Mix’s unique proprietary formulation allows robust performance even in the presence of substances that can normally inhibit PCR, such as heparin, hematin, or EDTA, increasing your confidence when working with a variety of complex clinical samples. TaqPath master mixes demonstrate increased tolerance to inhibitors compared to competitor mixes.

Human B2M (Beta-2-Microglobulin) Endogenous Control (FAM™/MGB probe, non-primer limited) Applied Biosystems™

The Applied Biosystems® Human B2M (beta-2-microglobulin) Endogenous Control (FAM™ ⁄ MGB Probe, Non-Primer Limited) is intended as an endogenous control. It allows relative gene expression quantification in cDNA samples when used with other gene expression assays. Probe is labeled with 6FAM™ dye - MGB and the primers are not limited. Can be used for singleplex PCR reactions. Endogenous control is to be used with Inventoried and Non-Inventoried TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays, Custom TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays, and⁄or Custom TaqMan® Primers and Probes.

Assay Details:

Gene Symbol: B2M
RefSeq: NM_004048.2
Probe Exon Location:2-3
Amplicon Size: 75
Corresponding TaqMan Assay ID: Hs99999907_m1

TaqMan® Endogenous Controls

Eliminate months of assay design, formulation, and testing by using TaqMan® Endogenous Controls as your controls to quantify gene expression. This convenient collection of pre-designed probe and primer sets enables you to normalize the amount of sample RNA or DNA in a reaction.

Complete Solution for Quantitative Gene Expression

Having a hard time deciding what controls to use to quantify gene expression — even with detailed information on biological systems? Now, with TaqMan® Endogenous Controls, you can avoid all the trial-and-error of selecting controls for most common human, mouse, rat, and eukaryotic genes.

Simple to Use

All components of the TaqMan® Endogenous Controls are QC tested, formulated into a single 20X mix, and functionally tested. The controls are not only simple to use, but they are also fully compatible with universal conditions for two-step RT-PCR. Just add TaqMan® Universal PCR Master Mix (with or without AmpErase® UNG) and your cDNA sample to generate sensitive, reproducible, and truly quantitative gene expression data on Applied Biosystems instruments including the Applied Biosystems 7900HT, 7300, 7500 Real-Time PCR Systems, and the 7000 and 7700 Sequence Detection Systems.

Flexible Offering

We build each endogenous control using our proven 5' nuclease chemistry. For maximum flexibility, you can choose between two different reporter dyes and two quenchers:
• A FAM™ dye-labeled TaqMan® MGB probe (250nM, final concentration) and two unlabeled PCR primers (900nM each)
• A VIC® dye-labeled TaqMan® MGB probe (250nM, final concentration) and two unlabeled PCR primers (150nM each y primer limited)
• A VIC® dye-labeled TAMRA™ probe (250nM, final concentration) and two unlabeled PCR primers (150nM each y primer limited)

Choosing the Right Endogenous Control

Endogenous controls can normalize the expression levels of target genes by correcting differences in the amount of cDNA that is loaded into PCR reaction wells. For best results, verify that the endogenous control is consistently expressed in the sample set to be tested. Endogenous control expression must be uniform across all samples in the study. For multiplexing, ensure that the gene expression level of the endogenous control is greater than that of the target.

Multiplex vs. Singleplex PCR

All TaqMan® Endogenous Controls that contain probes labeled with the VIC® reporter dye are primer limited. This allows multiplexing of TaqMan® Endogenous Controls with target gene expression assays, provided that the control gene is more abundantly expressed than the target gene. All TaqMan® Endogenous Controls that contain probes labeled with the FAM™ reporter dye are not primer limited and are not intended for multiplexing .

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

GeneChip™ Human Transcriptome Pico Assay 2.0 Applied Biosystems™

Designed to empower next-generation expression profiling studies, GeneChip™ Human Transcriptome Pico Assay 2.0 provides the ability to go beyond gene-level expression profiling by providing the coverage and accuracy required to accurately detect all known transcript isoforms produced by a gene.

View the data sheet for details on Clariom™ D Transcriptome Human Transcriptome Pico Assay 2.0 content and coverage.

Comprehensive exploration of the transcriptome
Research has shown that the tens of thousands of human genes contain hundreds of thousands of exons, which produce hundreds of thousands of different transcript isoforms. These transcript isoforms are produced when the exons of a gene may be included within, or excluded from, the final, processed messenger RNA produced from that gene. Until now, measuring and analyzing these transcript isoforms has been nearly impossible due to technology limitations, sample input requirements, and lack of analysis capabilities/tools.

Comprehensive transcriptome analysis requires combining transcript diversity from multiple data sources
Most genes produce multiple transcript isoforms, and measuring changes in the relative abundance of each isoform provides new insights into disease and biology. Clariom™ D Transcriptome Human Transcriptome Pico Assay 2.0 has combined multiple data sources to ensure you are able to independently analyze the broadest collection of transcript isoforms available.

Data sources used to design and annotate the array
RefSeq                                    Vertebrate Genome Annotation (Vega) database
Ensembl                                   MGC Mammalian Gene Collection (v10)
UCSC Known Genes               www.noncode.org
UCSC lincRNA transcripts        lncRNA db
Broad Institute, Human Body Map lincRNAs, and TUCP (transcripts of uncertain coding potential) catalog

Better data than 2 full lanes of sequencing
See the HTA 2.0 Flyer in the Documents Section below for additional information. HTA 2.0 provides superior accuracy and precision coupled with the most comprehensive view of the transcriptome.

Bioinformatics built into the array design; no assembly required
HTA 2.0 maximizes the amount of unique and valuable information possible by minimizing the conserved sequence synthesized on the array. This high-resolution array design contains an unprecedented >6.0 million probes covering coding transcripts and non-coding transcripts. 70% of the probes on this array cover exons for coding transcripts, and the remaining 30% of probes on the array cover exon-exon splice junctions and non-coding transcripts. The unparalleled coverage of this array provides the deepest insight into all coding and non-coding transcripts available.

Bioinformatics built into the array design; no assembly required
Clariom™ D Transcriptome Human Transcriptome Pico Assay 2.0 maximizes the amount of unique and valuable information possible by minimizing the conserved sequence synthesized on the array. This high-resolution array design contains an unprecedented >6.0 million probes covering coding transcripts and non-coding transcripts. 70% of the probes on this array cover exons for coding transcripts, and the remaining 30% of probes on the array cover exon-exon splice junctions and non-coding transcripts. The unparalleled coverage of this array provides the deepest insight into all coding and non-coding transcripts available.

Simple, fast, and free analysis solutionFor the first time ever, Clariom™ D Transcriptome Human Transcriptome Pico Assay 2.0 coupled with Expression Console™ Software and TAC Software offers researchers a complete solution from data to decision making in minutes. This complete analysis solution is provided to all researchers using our expression arrays at no additional cost. In addition, Clariom™ D Transcriptome Human Transcriptome Pico Assay 2.0 data analysis is supported by the same analysis solutions and service providers being used for other expression array data.

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ABsolute Blue QPCR Mix, SYBR Green, fluorescein Thermo Scientific™

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Highlights

High performance—ABsolute sensitivity, consistency & convenience
Enhanced contrast and reduced errors—easily identify correctly aliquotted reaction mix in all plates and tubes
Universal—compatible with all major qPCR platforms
Adaptable—available with ROX or Fluorescein passive reference dyes

Applications

• Gene expression analysis
• siRNA validation
• Genotyping

Includes
• ABsolute Blue qPCR SYBR Green Fluorescein Mix contains 2X master mix supplemented with fluorescein

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TaqMan™ Array Human Alzheimer's Disease Applied Biosystems™

The Applied Biosystems® TaqMan® Array Human Alzheimer's Disease 96-well Plate contains 92 assays to Alzheimer's associated genes and 4 assays to candidate endogenous control genes.

The panel of assays in this plate is based on the "amyloid hypothesis". The 92 genes are involved in APP processes that generate beta-amyloid and included genes implicated in multiple secondary steps of beta-amyloid aggregation, tau hyperphosphorylation, excitotoxicity, inflammation, oxidation and microglial activation. We also include assays for genes involved in cholesterol biosynthesis due to the correlation between high cholesterol and increased risk of Alzheimer's. Genes associated with Alzheimer's disease pathology, biochemistry and genetics are also included. Gene Signature Plates are 96-well plates that are pre-configured with the most appropriate TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays for a specific biological process, pathway, or disease state. Each plate contains predefined assays and endogenous controls dried-down in the wells, ready for accurate assessment of an entire gene signature in one simple experiment.

• Affordable; minimum order of three plates; ideal for small, medium or large-sized projects
• Fast delivery; on your bench in days
• Convenient; dried PCR primer and TaqMan® probe sets supplied in a 96- well plate; just add master mix and your sample
• Same TaqMan®Assay Quality, New Format

TaqMan® Array Plates contain the same high quality TaqMan® Gene Expression Assays (PCR primers and TaqMan® probe sets) that have been commercially available for years in a convenient, dried, 96-well format. Extensive tests have found no difference in performance between TaqMan®Assays supplied in the traditional liquid format and assays dried into a TaqMan® Array Plate. Figure 1 shows the results of an experiment comparing the linear range of the two formats, where no difference in performance was observed.

Just Add Master Mix and Sample, and Begin Cycling
Ideal for projects such as validation of microarray and RNAi data, and pathway studies, the plates include just the right amount of TaqMan®Assay in each well: enough for one 20 µl reaction. You can order as few as three Gene Signature Plates, making these an affordable option for many laboratories and minimizing the waste of unused individually purchased TaqMan®Assays. Save a significant amount of time setting up your experiments. Just add master mix and sample, and begin cycling.

Figure 2 is an example Plate Layout with Gene Symbols and Assay IDs

Plate Map Ensures Proper Data Labeling and Easy Re-Ordering
Each pack of TaqMan® Array Plates is shipped with a CD containing the plate configuration map (see Figure 2) along with the details of each TaqMan®Assay. This information is imported into the real-time PCR instrument to enable proper labeling of experimental data and easy access to Assay ID numbers for simple reordering.

Simple to Use
Each TaqMan® Array Plate well contains a single TaqMan®Assay for one 20 µl reaction. The plates can be stored at room temperature or at 4°C. When you are ready to run your assays, simply add PCR master mix and your cDNA sample, seal the plate, and begin cycling on a real-time PCR instrument.

Compatibility
TaqMan® Array Plates have been optimized for use with TaqMan® Gene Expression Master Mix, but are also compatible with TaqMan® Universal PCR Master Mix. For studies using cultured cells, TaqMan® Array Plates are also compatible (and recommended) with the TaqMan® Gene Expression Cells-to-Ct™ Kit. TaqMan® Array Plates must be run on a real-time PCR instrument with 96-well plate capability. The plates have been validated for use on Applied Biosystems® 7000, 7300, 7500 and 7900HT Fast Real-Time PCR Systems using standard 96-well blocks, standard PCR cycling conditions, and 20 µl reaction
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