Research Strategy of lncRNA

Long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) generally refers to RNA molecules that do not have the protein-coding ability and whose transcript length exceeds 200 nt, including intronic/exonic lncRNAs, antisense lncRNAs, overlapping lncRNAs and long intergenic ncRNAs (lincRNAs). LncRNA is closely related to cell cycle and differentiation, development, reproduction, sex regulation, aging and many human diseases. The number of lncRNA is relatively large, about 3-100 times as much as that of mRNA. However, the function of most lncRNA is still unclear. LncRNA is one of the hot topics in biological and medical research. We summarized the main strategies of high throughput research of lncRNA:

These are all about the whole expression of lncRNAs. We listed some common research strategies of lncRNA for reference. You can design an appropriate solution for your research purposes. As a leading service provider in the field of bio-microarray, CD Genomics focuses on designing and developing various and effective RNA microarrays for scientific research and clinical applications. We offer a full range of lncRNA Microarray products and services to help our worldwide customers shorten the microarray designing time and lower the cost of research. With our proven competencies and regulatory expertise, we are therefore confident in designing, developing, testing, and manufacturing of numerous lncRNA microarrays to suit your special needs in any biological and clinical projects.

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  2. Yang B, et al. (2016). "Distinct Hippocampal Expression Profiles of Long Non-coding RNAs in an Alzheimer's Disease Model." Molecular Neurobiology, 1-14.

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