How much do oligos cost?

How much do oligos cost?

2 oligos, annealed and delivered in a single tube….Duplexed DNA.

Product Length DNA bases
1 umole Duplex Oligo 5 – 100 bases $2.85 USD / base

Where can I buy oligos?

Log into your IDT web account using your login ID and password. From the “Order” tab select “Main Menu” and choose the product type you need. For custom oligos, you will ned to provide a sequence name for the sequence entered and a synthesis scale and purification type.

What is RNA oligo?

RNA oligos are short, single- or double-stranded synthetic RNA sequences that can be used in nearly any RNA-specific molecular biology application. Using the Oligo Entry ordering tool, you can design your sequences to contain unmodified RNA bases, 2′-O-methyl RNA bases, or chimeric DNA bases.

What is the difference between oligo and primer?

The key difference between random primers and oligo dT is that the random primer is a mixture of all possible hexamer oligonucleotide sequences, while the oligo dT primer consists of a single-stranded stretch of 12–18 deoxythymidines.

How much do primers cost DNA?

Service Details

Service Name Unit Unit Price
Primer Design Service 1 Pair Design $120.00
Primer Synthesis (25 nmol) 1 Base $0.53*
Primer Synthesis (100 nmol) 1 Base $1.05*
Primer Synthesis (250 nmol) 1 Base $1.88*

Are oligos double-stranded?

Oligonucleotides or oligos are short single-stranded or double-stranded polymers of nucleic acids.

How do I order IDT?

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What is oligo therapy?

Oligonucleotide-based therapies are advanced novel interventions used in the management of various respiratory diseases such as asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). These agents primarily act by gene silencing or RNA interference.

Are oligos and primers the same thing?

Oligonucleotides made up of 2′-deoxyribonucleotides are the molecules used in polymerase chain reaction (PCR). These are referred to as primers and are used to massively amplify a small amount of DNA.

How does oligo dT work?

Oligo(dT) primers amplify only mRNAs containing a poly(A) tail, since that is where the primer binds to promote reverse transcription. Random primers amplify most RNA species, including degraded RNA and viral genomes.

How do DNA synthesizers work?

Automated DNA Synthesizers: Introduction During DNA synthesis, the DNA strands are copied in a cell before cell division or replication. DNA synthesizer uses one strand as a blue print to build DNA molecules. Subsequently, it uses DNA protein synthesis to repair any discrepancies in the strand.

How are DNA primers manufactured?

Primer Design for PCR One needs to design primers that are complementary to the template region of DNA. They are synthesized chemically by joining nucleotides together. One must selectively block and unblock repeatedly the reactive groups on a nucleotide when adding a nucleotide one at a time.

How much does it cost to design a primer?

What would happen if the primers are incorrect?

An incorrect PCR primer can lead to a failed reaction- one in which the wrong gene fragment or no fragment is synthesized. Careful construction or selection of the primer sequence set for your PCR experiments will result in uncontaminated and accurate genetic synthesis.

How do I cancel my IDT order?

Contact Customer Care at [email protected] or by phone (US and Canada only) at 1-800-328-2661 as soon as possible after you notice an error in your order to determine if changes can be made.

How do you order primers?

How to design and order Primers

  1. Length:
  2. Primers with long runs of a single base should generally be avoided.
  3. Primers should have a GC-content between 50 and 70 %
  4. If possible, primers should be stickier at the 5′ ends than at the 3’end.
  5. Primers should not contain complimentary sequences (palindromes) within themselves.

How does an oligonucleotide work?

Antisense oligonucleotides (AS ONs) are synthetic DNA oligomers that hybridize to a target RNA in a sequence-specific manner. They have successfully been employed to inhibit gene expression, modulate splicing of a precursor messenger RNA, or inactivate microRNAs.

How do you rehydrate oligos?

Oligo resuspension

  1. During the dry-down process, oligos form a white flakey pellet at the bottom of the tube.
  2. If resuspension is difficult, try heating the oligo at 55°C for 1–5 minutes, then vortex thoroughly.
  3. IDT oligonucleotides (both DNA and RNA) are typically shipped dry.

What is Invitrogen oligoperfect designer?

Invitrogen OligoPerfect Designer is a free, simple, and efficient Primer 3–based, cloud-based primer design tool that works with up to 50 DNA template sequences you upload. Like Vector NTI Advance software, OligoPerfect Designer is seamlessly connected to our online ordering system, so you never have to cut and paste sequences.

Why IDT custom DNA oligos?

Custom DNA oligos IDT’s long-standing reputation as a pioneer and leader in custom oligo manufacturing is primarily due to our proprietary synthesis platforms.

What is Invitrogen™ Dynabeads?

Invitrogen™ Dynabeads™ MyOne™ Streptavidin C1 Exceptional standard for isolation and handling of biotinylated nucleic acids, antibodies, or other biotinylated ligands and targets Sheep IgG (H+L) Cross-Adsorbed Donkey anti-Ovine, Alexa Fluor™ 647, Invitrogen™ Donkey Polyclonal Secondary Antibody

What tools does Invitrogen offer?

Invitrogen™ Custom DNA Oligos Tool Invitrogen™ Custom RNAi Tool Assay Tools Applied Biosystems™ TaqMan® Assay and Arrays Search Tool Applied Biosystems™ TaqMan® Custom Assay Design Tools Applied Biosystems™ Custom qPCR Primers and TaqMan® Probes Tool R&D Systems™ Luminex™ Assays Tool Gene Editing and Gene Synthesis Tools