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Using PrimeScript Reverse Transcriptase to Detect Low Levels of RNA

In many circumstances, low levels of RNA can close a lot of doors from an experimental perspective. Certain cell and tissue types have inherently low RNA. In other cases, it can be difficult to detect trace amounts of viral RNA in host samples for pathogen research. And certain RNA molecules such as pre-miRNA and long non-coding RNA can be present at low copy number.

In situations like this the efficiency and sensitivity of your reverse transcriptase is critical. Watch the videos below to learn more about how PrimeScript Reverse Transcriptase can help you detect low levels of RNA - even in very challenging situations.

Part 1: Low levels of RNA can close doors. PrimeScript Reverse Transcriptase is the key to opening them. Watch the video to see why.


Part 2: See how scientists have used PrimeScript Reverse Transcriptase to analyze low levels of RNA.

Clontech Videos copy, External use
Clontech Videos copy, External use
Learn more about detecting RNA targets present at low levels Need to detect RNA targets present at low levels? Learn more - click here to download an Application Note. And don't forget to visit the low abundance RNA qRT-PCR application page for research news and product information!

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