Andre Hamel hamel at cc.umanitoba.ca
Thu Dec 29 13:55:22 EST 1994

I've heard that these Qiagen RNeasy kits are not reliable & that they are 
considered to be a "beta-test" product. 

IMHO, stick with AGPC (acid GITC phenol chloroform) methods, whereby 
cells are lysed in GITC, aliquoted, then stored frozen @ -70*C.

  Andre Hamel                      email: hamel at cc.umanitoba.ca
  Manitoba Government                         tel: 204/945-7630
  Department of Agriculture                   FAX: 204/945-8062
  Veterinary Services Branch          
  Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA 

>QIAGEN has a total RNA kit you can use to quickly prepare total RNA called

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