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Universal ProbeLibrary for Human by ROCHE

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#1 gulash

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Posted 07 December 2012 - 03:06 AM

As Roche doeasn't specify the sequences of it's LNA probes from universal probe library, and they are available when designing an assay I propose to make a list of them online (they often work even when the online tool say they don't:). May be helpful

I've got the sequence of
#3 CTGCTGGG
#68 CTGCTCCT

88 to go:)

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Posted 07 December 2012 - 06:28 AM

What exactly is a purpose of this? If you want a probe with certain number, you can buy it separately from Roche. If you want to synthetize it on your own as a labeled LNA oligo using this sequence then good luck, since all LNA technology is licenced to Exiqon, the price for this would be probably higher than the one from Roche.

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