microRNA NGS and qPCR service

microRNA NGS and qPCR

our know-how for your samples

TAmiRNA has longstanding expertise in microRNA biomarker development.

Our CRO customers benefit from a wide range of validated, high quality microRNA services.

we provide solutions for:

microRNA NGS and qPCR analysis in biofluids, cells, tissues and extracellular vesicles

Cell type-specific microRNA and mRNA analysis in complex tissues by laser microdissection

Customer-tailored microRNA biomarker discovery and validation

unique options

Purification and characterization of extracellular vesicles (EVs) according to recommendations by the International Society for Extracellular Vesicles (ISEV)

Customized protocols for a variety of biofluids such as cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), saliva and synovial fluid

microRNA NGS and qPCR data analysis support using our proprietary normalization strategies and machine learning to discover and validate multivariate biomarker signatures with robust diagnostic performance

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microRNA NGS and qPCR


“They have helped us getting the best from out data analysis and interpretation. Their flexibility and experience makes them an excellent partner of choice.”

Dr. Attila Kiss and Prof. Podesser , Center for Biomedical Research Medical University of Vienna

“Since our first contact in July 2016, many projects have been successfully conducted with TAmiRNA, leading to peer-reviewed articles and novel findings on biomarkers. This achievement has been possible because of the expertise and support of TAmiRNA together with the speed of the service.” 

Dr. Bertrand Grenier and Dr. Veronika Nagl, BIOMIN Holding GmbH, Research Center, Tulln, Austria

“I worked with Matthias Hackl and his TAmiRNA team for two projects. I was very happy with my results and found Matthias and his team very helpful and accommodating of our timeline for assay completion. Matthias provided invaluable assistance in the interpretation of the microRNA results. I highly recommend using TAmiRNA services for microRNA analysis.”

Dr. Debra Bemben, Professor of Health and Exercise Science, Department of Health and Exercise Science, University of Oklahoma, OK, USA