qPCR with intercalating dyes: PrimeTime® qPCR Primers

Need qPCR assays to use with intercalating dyes? PrimeTime qPCR Primers are now available to detect genes in human, mouse, and rat transcriptomes with intercalating dyes such as SYBR® Green and EvaGreen®.

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Generate codon balanced libraries for mutagenesis with trimer modifications

Incorporating oligo codon trimers into oligo libraries results in balanced encoding of amino acids and eliminates unwanted stop codons. Such oligo libraries are useful for mutagenesis experiments to prepare proteins for screening for potential improvements in biological function.

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N6-methyladenosine (m6A)—modulating RNA localization, structure, stability, splicing, and translation

Modification Highlight: Read about the mechanism of methylation and functions of N6-methyladenosine (m6A) modifications in the cell. N6-methyladenosine is available as a popular non-catalog modification from IDT, providing a substrate for studying the role of this natural, reversible, post-translational modification.

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Valuable support for genomics research

Product Spotlight: Take advantage of the full list of products, services, and support IDT provides for genomics research. Whether you are performing sequencing, gene expression, genome editing, or synthetic biology experiments, IDT has cost-effective, rapid, high quality, and high throughput solutions.

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Insert an abasic site into your sequence

Use the dSpacer, rSpacer, and Abasic II modifications to introduce abasic sites into DNA or RNA oligonucleotides. These modifications create a single base space that replicates the loss of base pairing ability by a nucleotide.

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