Thursday, April 21, 2011

RNA Gene Silencing

With over 20 years experience in custom synthesis for the biomedical research communities, BSI has developed the expertise to deliver custom synthesized RNA with quality that meets all your RNAi, siRNA, shRNA and other RNA projects.

RNA Extraction Kits

These kits are optimized for use with 10,000-2,000,000 cells as starting material, providing 2-25 µg of total RNA for microarray hybridizations and other life sciences applications. Use these kits in conjunction with ArrayIt MiniAmp mRNA Amplification Kit and Indirect Amino Allyl Labeling Products.

Common RNA

Before the nucleotides are linked together, they exist separately as ribonucleoside triphosphates (NTPs). As shown below, the NTPs contain one of the four common RNA bases, A, C, G, and U, linked to a five-carbon ribose sugar, linked, in turn, to a chain of three phosphate groups. During RNA synthesis, a covalent, "phosphodiester" bond is formed between one of the three phosphate groups on one NTP and a hydroxyl group on another. The two other phosphate groups that were part of the original NTP are released.

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