Spiropyran as a potential molecular diagnostic tool for double-stranded RNA detection
Date Posted: 24/12/2019
Long double stranded RNAs, or dsRNAs are duplex helical structures formed by the binding of 2 strands of RNA. Levels of dsRNAs are known to increase in response to viral infections and implicated in degenerative diseases. Therefore, dsRNAs have the potential to be used as biomarkers for disease diagnosis. However, there are currently limited options for identifying and quantifying endogenous dsRNAs in cells. For more information, please click here.