Dumbbell-PCR: a method to quantify specific small RNA variants with a single nucleotide resolution at terminal sequences

Read the news articles on our new RNA variant quantification method “Dumbbell-PCR” developed by Shozo Honda and Yohei Kirino.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers at Thomas Jefferson University have developed a new method that can be used to quantify small non-coding RNA variants, including isoforms of microRNA known as isomiRs. Read more on genomeweb!

See also here for more details on the paper.

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