poly(A) RNA isolation, question?
aversa at bms.com
Mon Dec 18 16:49:52 EST 1995
I agree. I have also had good success and yield using both the Fast Track
and Micro-Fast Track Kits. The latter has been especially useful in
isolating polyA+ mRNA from small amounts of cells and single mouse tissues.
(No affiliation w/ Invitrogen!!)
In article <4a740o$6vs at post.its.mcw.edu>, kpleyte at post.its.mcw.edu (Kay A.
> I've had good luck with the Invitrogen Fast Track kit. There's no reason to
> avoid kit formats. If you're selective in your use of kits you can save
> yourself a lot of time wihtout undue expense. The assurance of having clean
> RNase-free solutions without the hassle of preparing them yourself is worth
> it, I think.
> kpleyte at post.its.mcw.edu
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