Accelerate your biomarker discovery from deep within the transcriptome with Clariom D Assays for human samples, the next generation of transcriptome-level expression profiling tools. Clariom D Assays provide a highly detailed view of the transcriptome and offer the fastest path to the results you need for your research. Clariom D Assays allow translational research scientists to generate high-fidelity biomarker signatures quickly and easily.
Based on industry-leading microarray technology, the novel design of these assays provides the most intricate transcriptome-wide gene- and exon-level expression profiles, including the ability to detect alternative splicing events of coding and long non-coding (lnc)RNA, in a single three-day experiment.
Get all the data you need
- Rapidly identify complex disease signatures from >540,000 transcripts sourced from the largest number of public databases, the most comprehensive coverage of the human transcriptome available, to ensure biomarkers are not missed.
- Confidently detect genes, exons, and alternative splicing events that give rise to coding RNA and lncRNA isoforms.
- Detect rare and low-expressing transcripts otherwise not detected by common sequencing approaches.
- Go from data to insight in minutes with intuitive, highly visual, free analysis software.
When you have precious samples, get it right the first time
- Utilize RNA from various sample types including blood, cells, and fresh/fresh-frozen tissues.
- Preserve sample integrity and reduce data variability with an assay that does not require a globin or rRNA removal step.
The Clariom D assay, human is available in a single sample (cartridge array) format for use on the GeneChip™ 3000 instrument system and include reagents and fast, simple Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) software to analyze and visualize global expression patterns of genes, exons, pathways, and alternative splicing events.
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