Source of RNase free DNase??
jzacka at worthington-biochem.com
Fri Jun 20 15:44:34 EST 1997
Worthington produces an excellent RNase-Free DNase which is also Protease
Free. Check out www.worthington-biochem.com for details.
In article <33A6E2D1.3C6F at anat.med.ualberta.ca>,
crasmussen at anat.med.ualberta.ca wrote:
> Will Fuller wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Can anyone suggest to me somewhere where I would be able to get RNase
free DNase? We currently buy it from Stratagene as a colleague suggested
that was the only company to supply it completely RNase free. We are using
it to treat RNA extracted from very small tissue samples before doing
RT-PCR reactions. We always lose RNA from samples treated with this DNase.
I am fairly confident that there is RNA there to start with.
> > Please help!!
> > Will Fuller
> Promega sells a product called RQ1 DNase which I've used in the past for
> making riboprobes with excellent results.
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