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Latest publications for Two-Tailed PCR

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Latest publications for Two-Tailed PCR

A list of the latest scientific publications using Two-Tailed PCR – technology designed by TATAA Biocenter and used for the  ultrasensitive analysis of microRNAs.

Two-Tailed PCR continues to be the preferred method to design assays for new microRNAs and was used recently for the Identification of microRNAs involved in anther development in the tropical Camellia oleifera by researchers at Hainan University.

Obesity Affects the Proliferative Potential of Equine Endometrial Progenitor Cells and Modulates Their Molecular Phenotype Associated with Mitochondrial Metabolism by Polish investigators.

Plastid retrograde regulation of miRNA expression in response to light stress by researchers at Warsaw University. (validated by the Two-Tailed RT-qPCR method)

miRNA Profiling and Its Role in Multi-Omics Regulatory Networks Connected with Somaclonal Variation in Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) by another group at Warsaw University. (using Two-tailed PCR)

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