Non coding RNA NGS sequencing

8.1 - Sequencage-ARNm

Service description

Non-coding RNA (ncRNA) is a type of RNA molecule that does not translate into a protein. They are involved in multiple cellular processes, including translation (i.e. rRNA and tRNA), post-transcriptional modifications, DNA replication and gene regulation. ncRNA sequencing focuses primarily on miRNAs (about 22 nt), small RNAs (all RNAs less than 200 nt, including miRNA), and long non-coding RNAs (lncRNA, more than 200 nt).

Materials to provide

  • Samples
  • List of targets if applicable
  • Proof of samples quality or integrity (Bioanalyzer traces or eq.)

    Further details on the project may be requested.

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Typical deliverables

  • Extraction
  • Library preparation
  • Sequencing of the samples with the requested number of reads
  • Paired-end read
  • Quantification analysis
  • Download link or a hard drive with raw data and the post-experiment analysis
  • Study following the specifications validated with the Expert

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