We can label the ends of siRNA with a variety of fluorescent markers. The fluorescently labeled siRNA could be observed by flow cytometry, fluorescence microscope, and laser confocal microscope to determine the transfection efficiency and optimize the transfection conditions. The fluorescently labeled siRNA can also be used as the intracellular localization of siRNA and double-labeling experiment (with labeled antibody) to track the siRNA transfected cells during the transfection process, and combine the transfection with the down-regulation of target protein expression.
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We can label the ends of siRNA with a variety of fluorescent markers. The fluorescently labeled siRNA could be observed by flow cytometry, fluorescence microscope, and laser confocal microscope to determine the transfection efficiency and optimize the transfection conditions. The fluorescently labeled siRNA can also be used as the intracellular localization of siRNA and double labeling experiment (with labeled antibody) to track the siRNA transfected cells during the transfection process, and combine the transfection with the down-regulation of target protein expression.
The 5'-end marker of the antisense chain will affect its gene silencing activity, so it is not recommended to mark at this site. The terminal modifications on the other three sites have little effect on the silencing activity. We recommend modifying the 5'-end of the sense chain, which is recognized as the best chemical marker so far.
For RNAi experiments, we usually need to know that the expression of a specific gene in a specific cell before and after siRNA is introduced, in order to judge whether siRNA plays a role in gene knockdown. The above judgment can be achieved by qPCR. There are mainly two ways: One is to determine the change of mRNA quantity of a specific gene before and after siRNA introduction, that is, absolute quantification. The other is to detect the relative expression changes of a specific gene and a housekeeping gene before and after siRNA introduction, that is, relative quantification. Generally, the gene knockdown effect of siRNA is detected by relative quantification.
The siRNA provided by us is all purified by HPLC. The leading time is around 9 working days.
Our siRNA directly acts on the mRNA of the target gene. Therefore, we recommend conducting qPCR after receiving our products to determine the change of mRNA expression level of the target gene, and then confirm whether the siRNA synthesized by us is effective.
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Store at -20°C, keep away from light and avoid repeated freezing and thawing. The minimum shelf life is 6 months under the above condition.
DNA synthesis is a technology that links deoxynucleic acids (adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine) together to form DNA. As the cornerstone of modern molecular biology, DNA synthesis plays a pivotal role in the field of synthetic biology. In addition to standard oligos synthesis, we also provide scientific research services such as long oligos synthesis, phosphorothioate oligos (S-Oligo) synthesis, modified oligos synthesis, fluorescent oligos synthesis, and real-time quantitative PCR probes to meet your different needs. Besides, we have been providing high-quality DNA synthesis products (phosphoramidites, controlled pore glass, molecular sieves, etc), and the products have been successfully applied in various fields of molecular biology.
Peptides are synthesized by the condensation reaction of the carboxyl group of one amino acid with the amino group of another amino acid and are widely used in various fields such as antibody preparation, drug development, and peptide vaccine development. Each of our peptides is accompanied by reliable HPLC and mass spectrometry data, detailed synthesis reports are provided, and the products are sent in a lyophilized state. Experienced staff can assist users in designing peptide chains and make appropriate recommendations for different needs of users, such as antibodies, special markers, large-scale synthesis, etc. In addition, we also offer Custom PNA Synthesis of high quality.
A peptide library is a new technique for studying the structure-function relationship for a protein. A peptide library contains a great number of peptides that have a systematic combination of amino acids. The peptide library provides a powerful tool for drug design, protein-protein interactions, and other biochemical as well as pharmaceutical applications. It also has wide applications in drug screening, target validation, epitope mapping, and vaccine development.
Gene synthesis is a technology that synthesizes genes by artificial methods, which is one of the means of gene acquisition. Compared with the acquisition of genes from existing organisms, gene synthesis does not need templates and is therefore not limited by the source of genes. We use unique gene synthesis design software, which includes a full set of tools to design ideal structural units, thus enabling rapid and efficient gene construction and synthesis in a single reaction. Please do not be limited by restriction sites and polylinkers, we will synthesize the various gene sequences you need.
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a widely used method in molecular biology, which can rapidly replicate millions to billions of specific DNA samples, enabling scientists to extract only a small amount of DNA samples for detailed research. We provide a variety of DNA polymerases (Taq, Bst, Pfu) and corresponding PCR premixes, covering a wide range of scenarios such as high fidelity, high specificity, and rapid amplification. High-quality dNTPs and NTPs (set, mix) are also supplied.
Ribonucleic acid (RNA), as a key material for genetic information transmission and cell regulation, has been extensively studied in molecular biology. Like DNA, RNA is assembled in the form of nucleotide chains; but unlike DNA, RNA exists in nature in the form of single-stranded folds rather than paired double strands. We provide RNasin (RNase inhibitor) and M-MLV reverse transcriptase to provide a complete raw material solution for RNA research. miAnalysis™ series are designed for microRNA quantitative research. And VirusMag™ series is designed for the isolation of viral RNA/DNA or bacterial DNA.
At SBS Genetech, we are at the forefront of offering solutions for isothermal amplification based on our world-class platform. Our Bst DNA/RNA Polymerase is at the core of this platform, which is a mixture of Bst polymerase and extremely thermostable reverse transcriptase. Based on this special enzyme, we have developed PrimeIampTM lyophilized isothermal amplification microbeads series. These series are ready-to-use master mixes, which can perform isothermal amplification directly when the templates and primers are added. With freeze-drying technology, these master mixes are lyophilized into solid microbeads, which can be transported and stored at room temperature with great convenience.
RNA silencing technology has become a powerful tool to study gene function. The success of any RNA experiment depends on high-quality siRNA and effective transfection reagent. With chemical modification, our chemically modified siRNA has much higher stability than the common siRNA. The chemical modification not only enhances the life span of siRNA in serum and cell culture but also enhances its activity in vitro. As for transfection reagent, our ready-to-use siRNA transfection reagent, Sirnafectamine, can be used for a wide range of cell lines, with minimal cytotoxicity and the best cell state after transfection. As Sirnafectamine will protect RNA during the whole process, a very low concentration of siRNA can produce high gene silencing efficiency.
Nucleic acid purification is an important component of molecular biology and has a wide range of applications in medicine and biological sciences. Our nucleic acid purification kit uses first-class silica gel column technology (SiMax™ Spin Column) and magnetic beads technology (VSep™ Magnetic Separators, VirusMag™ One-Step DNA/RNA Isolation Kit, VirusMag™ DNA/RNA Isolation Kit), which can purify DNA/RNA from various sources quickly and reliably. The purity of DNA/RNA purified by our kit is very high and it is suitable for many downstream applications such as sequence determination, cloning, and cleavage.
DNA markers are used to determine the approximate size of molecules on the gel during electrophoresis, based on the principle that the molecular weight is inversely proportional to the mobility through the gel matrix. We provide abundant DNA molecular weight standards that can be used for various fragment lengths. Our fragments of DNA markers have been purified separately by proprietary technology, so their quality is superior to industry standards.
CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) is a family of DNA sequences found in the genomes of prokaryotic organisms such as bacteria and archaea. The gene-editing technology based on this system has a wide variety of applications. Here, we provide various Cas nucleases, synthetic sgRNAs, and T7 Endonuclease I of high quality to improve the accuracy and efficiency of your experiments. We also offer the Cas13a Nuclease (Lyophilized) and Cas12a Nuclease (Lyophilized) that can be transported at room temperature, saving the high cost of dry ice transportation.
Gene manipulation is a process that uses biotechnology to manipulate genes directly to generate new DNA and has been widely used in research, medicine, industrial biotechnology, and agriculture. Our Premium™ Master Assembly Mix and Topo Cloning kits (pBM23, pBM16A, pBM16K) provide efficient solutions for these types of demands.