Outsourcing your RNA

by Chris on September 30, 2010

in Publications

RNA expression analysis can be acomplished by microarrays, next-gen sequencing, in situ hybridization or qRT-PCR, but not all investigators have these capabilities in their own labs. Whether constrained by space, infrastructure, know-how, or time, many have no choice but to outsource these types of analyses to others. Often, that means employing a university core facility. But some elect to go off campus altogether, enlisting commercial service providers instead.  Here are some accounts of outsourcing experiences by a few RNA researchers. (read more… )

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