Yes. If you cannot find the nucleic acids you need for your experiment ask Bio-Synthesis to synthesize them for you.
Nucleic acids are abundant polyanions found in biological tissue that can bind to positively charged molecules such as proteins or protein aggregates. Nucleic acids consist of acidic monomeric subunits known as nucleotides.
Deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA is a double-stranded molecule that stores genetic information within cells. As we all know from biochemistry books or learned in graduate school, genetic infromation in DNA is transfered to ribonucleic acids (RNA) which are mostly single-stranded molecules.
The three major RNA molecules - ribosomal RNA (rRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA), and messenger RNA (mRNA) - differ in their composition and function and are also differentially modified. All of these can now be custom synthesized, either partially or as a whole.