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In case the name doesn't give it away, real-time PCR is a PCR application that monitors DNA amplification in real time. This means that amplification is monitored during the PCR reaction, and not at the end of the reaction as with end-point PCR, where PCR products are typically analyzed post-run on agarose gels.

Small, non-coding RNA caught the attention of the scientific community in 1993 in a paper published by Victor Ambros' research group, who was working with the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) (1). The small non-coding RNA was later named microRNA (miRNA), and this is now known to be an endogenous product from the organism's own...


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