miRNA System Guide
miRNA are small non-coding RNAs that negatively regulate gene expression by base-pairing with target mRNAs. In our collection of resources, you'll learn how miRNAs are made, terms and nomenclature used to describe miRNA, how to detect miRNA, as well as miRNA target prediction, validation, and functional analysis.
Basics of microRNA
Introduction to miRNA biogenesis, including the role of Dicer and Drosha. Learn how miRNA binds to RNA or 3'UTR for the desired knockdown.
Read about the detection and quantification of miRNA with microarray analysis, RNA-Seq, RT qPCR, Northern Blot, in situ hybridization, and more.
Target Predictions, Validation, and Functional Analysis
This knowledge base introduces strategies for miRNA target prediction, tools for miRNA research, as well as miRNA target validation, and functional analysis
Explore our miRNA Libraries
Inhibit, or over-express any miRNA for studies of post-transcriptional gene regulation in mammalian systems using ready-to-use vectors and viruses.