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Imaging non-coding RNAs with Stellaris® FISH Probes

Biosearch Technologies’ Stellaris FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization) RNA visualization method allows simultaneous detection, localization and quantification of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNA) in cells and tissues using fluorescently labeled probes. Multiple probes bind along the lncRNA to produce a cumulative signal which is imaged by fluorescence microscopy. This imaging technology uses a simple protocol that […]

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How to detect long non-coding RNA (lncRNA)

According to the central dogma of molecular biology, DNA is transcribed into RNA, that is translated to proteins. Inconveniently, the vast majority of the genome contains sequences that do not actually code for proteins. So, this non-coding RNA (ncRNA) was dismissed as non-functional junk, letting researchers tick the box on their to-do lists and head off […]

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qPCR Assay Design 101

Links to Resources mentioned in this webinar Real Time Design: real time qPCR probe design application from Biosearch Technologies Real time PCR probe animation video BHQ Dye Selection Chart Webinar Abstract Good probe and primer design is at the heart of any successful real-time qPCR assay. Watch this webinar to learn the principles of oligo […]

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Detection of Long Noncoding RNAs by Stellaris FISH Probes

Long non-coding RNAs are now appearing from the genome’s dark matter. Much of what was previously labeled as junk DNA in fact produces non-coding RNA. While non-coding RNAs serve important biological functions, the lack of protein products requires new tools for detection and quantification. To meet this need, Stellaris RNA FISH probes from Biosearch Technologies […]

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RNA Detection with Stellaris™ Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) probes

Biosearch Technologies has introduced a cool new technique for detecting and quantifying RNAs in fixed cells. This technique is called Stellaris FISH, and is a clever riff on standard fluorescence in situ hybridization. Read on to find out if this new technology is right for you…and be sure to check out the great video at […]

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