CARLSBAD, Calif., Sept. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MO BIO Laboratories, Inc., the leader in soil, water and microbial nucleic acid purification, announces the launch of the RTS DNase™ Kit, which includes the first room temperature stable DNase I enzyme.
The RTS DNase™ Kit efficiently removes contaminating genomic DNA from RNA preparations while protecting valuable RNA samples from damage during the DNase treatment process. RTS DNase is the first DNase I enzyme which is stable at room temperature, eliminating concern about freeze-thaw cycles that may decrease enzymatic activity. The RTS DNase™ Kit also contains a novel and highly specific resin which is used to bind and remove the RTS DNase enzyme and divalent cations from the reaction for optimal QPCR results. Protection of RNA is ensured, as the kit contains only Certified RNase-free reagents and does not require heat, EDTA or harsh chemicals.
The RTS DNase™ Kit is available now. For more information, visit the MO BIO website (http://www.mobio.com/dnase/rts-dnase-kit.html) or call 800-606-6246 to order.
MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. (www.mobio.com) has developed innovative tools for researchers in Molecular Biology since 1993. A global leader in solutions for soil and microbial nucleic acid purification, MO BIO's Power® kits contain patented Inhibitor Removal Technology® for removal of PCR inhibiting substances during the nucleic acid purification procedure. For samples that do not require inhibitor removal, MO BIO's UltraClean® line includes optimized products for DNA and RNA isolation from a variety of sample types. For clinical samples, the BiOstic™ kits provide solutions for higher yields and purity of nucleic acids. At MO BIO Laboratories, Inc., our focus is quality products that work, save time and function for all sample types, not just the easy ones. It is MO BIO's aim to make researchers' working lives more productive and efficient, creating time to focus on what is critical, not just in work, but in life.
|SOURCE MO BIO Laboratories, Inc.|
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