A-GEOD-16287 - Exiqon miRCURY LNA microRNA array; 7th generation; batch 208500-2, 208510; lot 35006 - hsa, mmu & rno (miRBase 19.0)
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Array Manufacturer: Exiqon, Catalogue number: 208500,208501,208502,208510, Distribution: custom-commercial, Technology: spotted oligonucleotide, The 7th generation miRCURY locked nucleic acid (LNA) oligonucleotide microarray is manufactured by Exiqon (Vedbaek, Denmark). The array has probes printed in quadruplicate as 100 um-diameter spots with 185 um inter-spot distance. Many spots on the array do not have a probe ('empty') and there are some spots that only have the Hy3 fluorescent dye ('Hy3'). Some probes on the array target multiple mature microRNAs. Some probes are species-specific; others are not. Some probes are specific for certain synthetic small RNAs used as control spike-ins in the array-use protocol provided by the array manufacturer. Some probes target non-microRNA RNAs like small nucleolar RNAs. IDs and names of probes on the array, and the miRBase (version 19.0) or proprietary Exiqon miRPlus accession numbers of mature microRNAs targeted by the probes, are provided in the data table for this Platform. The platform information here is based on the .gal array layout file for array batch numbers 208500-2 & 208510 and lot number 35006.
Comment[Name] = Name of probe typically indicating the RNA sequences targeted by it
Reporter Database Entry [mirbase] = Identity of the mature microRNA targeted by a probe; if a probe targets multiple mature microRNAs, then the IDs are separated by commas miRBase LINK_PRE:
Comment[Database] = Database and version whose record IDs are used for the miRNA_ID_LIST value
Comment[SPOT_ID] = Identifier to designate a control probe or an empty feature
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