miR-CATCH: microRNA capture affinity technology.
journal contributionposted on 2022-03-30, 14:09 authored by Sebastian Vencken, Tidi HassanTidi Hassan, Noel G McElvaneyNoel G McElvaney, Stephen GJ Smith, Catherine M. Greene, Catherine GreeneCatherine Greene
Several experimental methods exist to explore the microRNA (miRNA) regulome. These methods almost exclusively focus on multiple targets bound to a single, or perhaps a few miRNAs of interest. Here, we describe a microRNA capture affinity technology (miR-CATCH) which uses an affinity capture oligonucleotide to co-purify a single target messenger RNA (mRNA) together with all its endogenously bound miRNAs. This bench-top method is similar to RNA immunoprecipitation (RIP) and provides an experimental alternative to computational miRNA target prediction.
Science Foundation Ireland
CommentsThe final publication is available at Springer via 10.1007/978-1-4939-1538-5_23
Published CitationVencken S, Hassan T, McElvaney NG, Smith SG, Greene CM. miR-CATCH: microRNA capture affinity technology. Methods Molecular Biology. 2015;1218:365-73
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