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ol·i·go

(ol'i-gō),
In molecular genetics, oligonucleotide.

ol·i·go

(ol'i-gō)
molecular genetics Oligonucleotide.

oligo

In genetics, shorthand for oligonucleotide .
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Indeed, the quality required for oligos has never been higher.
AUMantagomir self-transfecting oligos serve as potent antagomirs by binding with miRNAs and prevent their hybridization with their target mRNAs.
The amended agreement provides the company with access to Locked Nucleic Acid oligos for use with all of its ultra-high sensitivity mutation enrichment technologies, including its Multiplexed ICE COLD-PCRTM (MX-ICP).
Major factors contributing to growth of the oligonucleotide synthesis market include growing R&D expenditure in pharmaceutical and biotech companies; emerging applications of oligos in molecular diagnostics and synthetic biology; and evolving significance of RNA-interference oligos in therapeutics and diagnostics.
IDT's RxnReady oligos can he ordered online through the company's DNA ordering system.
While we are focused on the application of our CpG oligos in the treatment of cancer, both as a monotherapy and in conjunction with monoclonal antibodies, we are also interested in partnering with companies who are developing dendritic cell technology and cancer vaccines for treating cancer.
The industrial experience held by Genset Oligos will make Proligo a fully integrated supplier of nucleic acid specialties (genomics and genetic medicine).
Commercially, systems are available for hybridizing targets and/or reporter oligos that are then detected with conventional fluorescence techniques.
Since the 1980s, scientists have known that oligos repair some damaged myelin in adults, but the effect is weak and incomplete.
And the agency's reaction to those applications will give antisense companies their best clue yet about the regulatory hurdles they can expect as they seek approval for oligos aimed at a variety of diseases, including influenza, cervical cancer and African sleeping sickness.
Oligo arrays have improved dramatically in the past few years and we are delighted there are now oligos that meet our high standards.
Highly efficient synthesis in this variation of hybrid capture is coupled with biotinylation only of full-length product, thereby ensuring only the complete oligos are enriched, improving sequencing reliability.