- Removes ribosomal RNA (rRNA) in a single pass
- Sequencing data contains complete transcriptome of coding and noncoding RNA species
- Good for intact and partially degraded small samples – only 1 μg of total RNA required
Sequencing is an important discovery tool for research into disease, development, and more. The sequencing data from samples treated with Ribo-Zero (Human/Mouse/Rat) is focused on valuable RNA species, to facilitate discovery of relevant genes, splice variants and isoforms.
Ribo-Zero (Human/Mouse/Rat) offers informative sequencing results by removing unwanted rRNA prior to sequencing. This kit removes cytoplasmic (nuclear-encoded) rRNAs.
Ribo-Zero retains the complete transcriptome
Ribo-Zero removes rRNA in order to retain the regulatory regions of noncoding RNA, even from low-quality samples. Other methods, such as Poly(A) depletion, do not retain noncoding, regulatory information.