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Genomic DNA Preparation from RNAlater Preserved Tissues

The following protocol is suitable for 100 mg tissue samples. Mouse kidney, lung, and spleen genomic DNA have been successfully extracted with approximate yields of 70 g DNA per 100 mg tissue. Required Materials ...

Your Data: RNAlater Stories

Preserving RNA in Cryosections and Taking RNAlater into Space RNAlater is an aqueous, non-toxic tissue storage reagent that stabilizes and protects cellular RNA in intact, unfrozen tissue samples. RNAlater el...

Preserve Samples for RNA Expression Microarrays RNAlater Around the World

RNA later protects cellular RNA within specimens during sample collection and during shipping. Whether you are in the lab, in the OR, or out in the field, you can use this aqueous, non-toxic Tissue Collection:RN...

RNArticles: Keeping RNA Intact Prior to RNA Isolation - RNAlater

RNA later is a tissue storage solution that stabilizes and protects cellular RNA in fresh tissues. (Ambion's new RNA later -ICE is designed specifically for use with frozen tissues - see "

TissueRuptor System

...and higher RNA yields from tissues, samples can be stabilized in rnalater RNA Stabilization Reagent and stored or transported in rnalater TissueProtect Tubes. Typical yields of RNA and DNA from a range ...

Successful stabilization of gene expression profiles

...o freeze samples. A convenient alternative method is provided by rnalater RNA Stabilization Reagent, which diffuses rapidly into samples...e to immediately stabilize RNA. The reagent is also available in rnalater TissueProtect Tubes for collection, stabilization, transport, an...

Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) and Expression Profiling of Long-Range Projection Neurons

...OCT) compound (Tissue-Tek, Cat. #4583) ◊ rnalater (Sigma cat. #R0901) ◊ Precleaned glass s...y decapitation and their brains quickly dissected. rnalater was applied to the surface of the brain overlyin...inute of decapitation. Note: This application of rnalater helps ensure the preservation of RNA profiles re...

Total RNA from Whole Blood for Expression Profiling

... RiboPure-Blood with rnalater Provides Superior Stabilization and Recovery of RNA The RiboPure-Blood Kit recovers twice the ...

RNAlater FAQs: Preserving RNA Before Isolation

... require native protein [protocols ] . Note: rnalater is not recommended for use with tissues that will be sectioned using a cryostat. 5) How can I ship my s...

Isolate Total RNA and Protein From the Same Sample

... RNA and proteins in less than 30 min. Also, the mir Vana PARIS Kit is compatible with samples treated with rnalater (Ambion), a reagent that stabilizes RNA within tissue prior to processing. For more information about the m...

A Better Way to Isolate RNA AND Protein From the Same Sample

... PARIS is Compatible with rnalater and RNAlater-ICE Treated Tissue. ...Many researchers use the RNA stabilization reagent rnalater to protect RNA integrity immediatel... Keeping RNA Intact Prior to RNA Isolation - rnalater " for some of its many applications...

RNeasy Protect Mini, Midi, and Maxi Kits

... For rnalater stabilization and RNeasy purification of RNA from ... Volume of rnalater Stabilization Reagent: ...ed with the RNA-stabilizing properties of rnalater RNA Stabilization Reagent, allows purification of ...

Critical factors for successful microarray and real-time PCR analyses

... significant changes in RNA levels. rnalater RNA Stabilization Reagent stabilizes the RNA ...atures (Figure 2). rnalater TissueProtect Tubes Prevent RNA Changes ... phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) or rnalater RNA Stabilization Reagent (RNAlater). At the indic...
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