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Getting More Out of Poor RNA Samples
Technology Is Improving Efficiency of Processing Small and Degraded Specimens
- Analysis of RNA provides the gateway to deciphering cells’ intricate workings. Such information is critical for dissecting gene expression, biomarker analysis, and responses to therapeutics. Dealing with RNA, however, can be tricky. Degradation, limited amounts of sample, and newly emerging RNA subsets represent significant challenges. New or improved technologies ...
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