A new era of RNA detection: Exploring new technologies and prospects
28 Jun 2021
In addition to commonly studied messenger RNA (mRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA), and ribosomal RNA (rRNA), multiple types of RNAs have become evident over recent decades, including microRNA (miRNA), long non-protein coding RNA (lncRNA) and circular RNA (circRNA). However, the functions of these RNA types within our cells are not yet fully understood.
With the development of new in situ detection technologies, RNA in situ hybridization has now been enrolled in diagnostics applications, enabling the visualization of RNA localization in tissues and cells to better address their roles in the tissue microenvironment and in molecular pathways.
Join this webinar, with Dr. Boye Schnack Nielsen, Manager of Molecular Histology at Bioneer, to learn more about:
- Our understanding of different RNA types
- RNA in situ hybridization
- Combined RNA and protein staining
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Advanced Cell Diagnostics