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I am studying non-coding RNAs and stumbled into a question about small non-coding RNAs. scaRNAs (small cajal body-specific RNAs) is a subtype of snoRNAs which are small nucleolar RNAs. It is known to be used as 'reference genes' in qPCR.

What is the motivation for using exactly scaRNA but not other sncRNAs?

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