Removing traces of DNA ("RNAse-free" isn't always accurate!)

Mick Jones mjones at
Fri Dec 22 05:27:25 EST 1995

Merry Christmas everyone

I guess Michael Clark is right, not all manufacturers stuff is 
RNase-free when they say it is.  I came to this conclusion too.

However, as it is the festive season, I can't resist a joke.

When they advertise the DNase as RNase-free, they mean you don't pay for 
the RNase !

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