RNA Resource Center
RNA Resource Center
Are you an RNA expert?

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Are you an RNA expert?
Resources to refresh your RNA knowledge
Sample disruption and effective RNA isolation and stabilization are crucial to getting the best RNA yields. Find out how to prepare samples with advanced techniques, get a detailed look at of the challenges and considerations involved in RNA isolation and optimize efficiency by troubleshooting. 
RNA Bench Guide

This step-by-step guide provides comprehensive knowledge about how to stabilize, isolate and quantify high-quality RNA.

 

Kit selection tools

Check out our RNA extraction wheel or RNA stabilization wheel to help you find the optimal kit and get the best results.

RNA Bench Guide
Extraction tips
Save time with RNeasy Plus Kits
Take a look at our infographic below or watch the video to see how much time RNeasy Plus Kits can save you.
Following RNA isolation, quality control (QC) is an important step to ensure that your RNA is high quality and can be used for reliable, reproducible and correct results. QC also contributes to ensuring accuracy and saving time and costs. Here you can explore some key resources for QC.
Obtaining high-quality RNA is just the first step for downstream applications, such as RT-PCR, digital PCR and RNA-seq. Discover QIAGEN’s innovative portfolio of PCR, dPCR and NGS solutions and learn about the workflows for RNA analysis and interpretation. 
RNA workflow at a glance

Different types of RNAs form such a fascinating and yet sophisticated world. Which are the tools to achieve each step of the study?

Guidelines for profiling biofluid miRNAs
The comprehensive guidelines can help you maximize your miRNA sequencing and qPCR success when using liquid biopsy samples, including blood, serum/plasma, urine, CSF and exosomes.
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