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Commercial cDNA or cdna Synthesized Random hemer for Transfection

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Default Commercial cDNA or cdna Synthesized Random hexamer for Transfection



can anyone tell me which one will be best: commercial cDNA or cdna synthesized using random hexamer for transfection and thus the production of a corresponding protein in the cells. The effect of expresed protein in different experimental groups is to be studied.

will u suggest whether commercial cdna can also be used along with synthesised one in my lab for comparison?

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