against all RNases as well as exposure to oxidation
If you wish to fully protect your RNA samples right after they are isolated, treating purified RNA samples with GenTegra RNAssure will give you the best results. GenTegra RNAssure protects RNA against all RNases as well as exposure to oxidation. It does so by utilizing GenTegra’s proven, patented Active Chemical Protection™ (ACP) chemistry. RNAssure can protect RNA for at least 3 days at room temperature (RT) and 2 weeks at 4 °C. It also protects RNA from damage during DNase treatment at a higher temperature of 37C. That’s why it can eliminate the chances that RNA may degrade during everyday experimental protocols or due to catastrophic freezer failure.
RNAssure easily integrates into extraction and purification kits from all major life science manufacturers. RNAssure Elution Tubes replace the manufacturer’s supplied elution collection tubes and integrates seamlessly with standard column-based purification kits and protocols.
Your RNA samples are protected from all types of RNase, that might have been carried over during the purification process or from environmental contamination.
RNAssure is able to protect RNA from oxidation damage and non-specific adherence to plastics.
It will also protect RNA from adverse or accidental exposure to higher temperatures.
Allows for your RNA samples to be protected at room temperature for up to 3 days and allows for 2 weeks storage at 4 °C.
Integrates seamlessly into standard RNA extraction kit workflows
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