Oligonucleotides

Oligonucleotides
by Thermo Fisher Scientific


Genomic research techniques are rapidly advancing, so the quality of your oligonucleotides used in research is paramount. Thermo was the first company to purify all synthesised oligonucleotides by reverse-phase HPLC as standard, at no extra cost, guaranteeing consistently high product quality and reproducibility of experimental results. We are experts at synthesising oligonucleotides and have buil...read more

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Genomic research techniques are rapidly advancing, so the quality of your oligonucleotides used in research is paramount. Thermo was the first company to purify all synthesised oligonucleotides by reverse-phase HPLC as standard, at no extra cost, guaranteeing consistently high product quality and reproducibility of experimental results. We are experts at synthesising oligonucleotides and have built up years of synthesis knowledge that we want to share.

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Genomics at its best 

Our experience, capabilities and technical know how enable us to offer a complete range of modifications, synthesis scales and purity grades for your research and application requirements. In order to achieve constant quality, we systematically purify all synthesised oligonucleotides by reverse-phase HPLC as standard. We offer more than just a product - we share the know-how of a team of scientists who are looking for a challenge.

Contact our Technical Support team and you can interact with a team of scientists to define the synthesis strategy best suited to the application you are pursuing. Our advanced ordering platform allows you to order your custom oligonucleotides on-line via our fully automated system. Choose among our wide product range with over 100 chemical modifications and fluorescent dyes.

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Oligonucleotides by Thermo Fisher Scientific
Oligonucleotides

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