LncRNA Profiler qPCR Array Kit (Mouse)

Study mouse lncRNAs – this kit includes reagents for converting lncRNA to cDNA and primers for profiling 90 mouse lncRNAs

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Mouse LncRNA Profiler qPCR Array Kit (cDNA synthesis kit and qPCR array)

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Profile 90 mouse lncRNAs with this kit that includes reagents for converting lncRNAs to cDNAs and a primer set for qPCR assays in a 96-well format. Get robust cDNA yields and clean, sensitive qPCR quantitation with undetectable background.

Get robust cDNA yields and clean, sensitive qPCR quantitation with undetectable backgroundLncRNA Profiler qPCR Array Kit (Mouse)

The kit includes five positive housekeeping reference controls and one negative control. In addition, the kit supports subcellular localization studies through RNA reference controls for the nucleolus, nucleus, and cytoplasm:

  • Nucleolus—snoRNA RNU43 (and some 18S rRNA)
  • Nucleus—small Nuclear splicing snRNA U6B
  • Cytoplasm—GAPDH, Lamin A/C (Human Array) and Beta Actin (Mouse Array) as well as 18S rRNA

The kit supports subcellular localization studies through RNA reference controls for the nucleolus, nucleus, and cytoplasm

How It Works

Using the LncRNA Profiler qPCR Array Kit

First, get your lncRNA ready for qPCR by converting to cDNA

While some lncRNAs have endogenouse polyA tails, other lncRNAs do not. To enhance qPCR assay performance, the cDNA synthesis workflow includes steps and reagents to polyadenylate all lncRNAs before cDNA conversion using the tagged oligo dT adaptor and random primers. This combined RNA tailing and oligo dT plus random primers boosts cDNA yield significantly and enables strand-specific lncRNA qPCR profiling.

  • Tag all lncRNAs with a poly-A tail
  • Anneal an oligo-dT adaptor
  • Reverse transcribe to create first-strand cDNA

The result is a cDNA pool of anchor-tailed lncRNAs that are ready for qPCR.

Then conduct qPCR assays

Get additional information about the array including lncRNA sequences, LncRNA database links, and qPCR analysis templates in the Excel document, “Assay List and Free Analysis Software for Mouse LncProfiler qPCR Array

Supporting Data

Example LncRNA Profiler qPCR Array Kit (Mouse) Data

Sample dissociation analysis curves from the mouse lncRNA Profiler qPCR Array Kit

Figure 1. Sample dissociation analysis curves.

Profiling Mouse lncRNA expression profiles across various tissues

Figure 2. Profiling Mouse lncRNA expression profiles across various tissues.

Product Documentation


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