rtStar™ cDNA Synthesis Products

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rtStar™ cDNA Synthesis products offer four types of kits to meet the needs of studying different RNAs. They are suitable for reverse transcribing total RNAs, tRNAs, miRNAs and other small RNAs, respectively.

Benefits

• Complete kit—all the components for the RT reaction are included.

• RNA Spike-in provided to monitor cDNA synthesis efficiency.

• Have a high efficiency and precision during cDNA synthesis.

• Satisfy different needs of customers—suitable for total RNAs, miRNAs, tRNAs and other small RNAs.

Product NameCatalog NoDescriptionSizePrice
rtStar™ First-Strand cDNA Synthesis Kit AS-FS-001 Required for lncRNA, mRNA,snoRNA PCR Arrays 12 reactions $95.00
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rtStar™ First-Strand cDNA Synthesis Kit (3’ and 5’ adaptor) AS-FS-003 Required for tRF&tiRNA,miRNA PCR Arrays 6 reactions $249.00
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rtStar™ First-Strand cDNA Synthesis Kit (3’ and 5’ adaptor) AS-FS-003-02 Required for tRF&tiRNA,miRNA PCR Arrays 12 reactions $399.00
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rtStar™ tRNA-optimized First-Strand cDNA Synthesis Kit AS-FS-004 Required for tRNA PCR Arrays 12 reactions $195.00
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rtStar™ PreAMP cDNA synthesis for small RNA AS-FS-006 Required for low input tRF&tiRNA, miRNA PreAmp. 6 reactions $299.00
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rtStar™ PreAMP cDNA synthesis for small RNA AS-FS-006-02 Required for low input tRF&tiRNA, miRNA PreAmp. 12 reactions $459.00
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For PolyA( /-) mRNAs, lncRNAs, or total RNAs.
Required for lncRNA, mRNA,snoRNA PCR Arrays

For distinguishing small RNAs from their precursors.
Required for 
tRF&tiRNA,miRNA PCR Arrays

For modified tRNAs with included demethylation.
Required for tRNA PCR Arrays

For low-input small RNAs.
Required for tRF&tiRNA, miRNA PCR Arrays 

 

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