Last time we checked there weren’t any miRNA Promoter Arrays out there in the market and even if there were, they’d likely be out of date, so if you’re ready to roll up your lab sleeves and dive into the transcriptional regulation of miRNAs, you’ll want to check into custom array designs like Agilent’s eArray.
These custom, ink jetted beauties are your research blank canvas begging for your creative experimental design. Recently eArrays were the weapon of choice for a team of researchers that wanted to learn more about miRNA promoters/TSSs. They shot and scored…
eArrays like this one will up your understanding of key trans-acting factors and confirming cis-regulatory sequences for miRNAs in your model of choice in no time.
Images like this have elusive miRNA promoters running for cover
Your Own Microarray Factory
Using eArray is like running your own factory, minus all the headaches and labor laws. All you have to do drop in your sequences, or choose from some of the other works of art in the eArray database, and order them up. The Agilent factory will crank out your order while you’re free to plan your experimental assault, grow your cells, or surf YouTube for those episodes of Baywatch you’ve been meaning to track down. Don’t be ashamed, we’re big Hasselhoff fans too.
How could an interface so simple let you tackle some of life’s most complex regulatory processes?
Get All the Info
We know you’re not going to spend serious coin based on our advice alone (if you are, we have some great beachfront real estate for you in Southern Brazil…) so get the full scoop at Agilent’s eArray product page and tell them we sent you. It will help our self esteem.