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TRIzol Reagent

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TRIzol Reagent is a product that can extract RNA from animal and plant samples.

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Sample solution is provided at 25 µL, 10mM.

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TRIzol Reagent is a product that can extract RNA from animal and plant samples. The sample can be fully lysed in TRIzol Reagent. During the homogenization or lysis of the sample, it can maintain the integrity of the RNA, while lysing the cells and dissolving the cell contents. TRIzol Reagent has a strong broad spectrum and can be applied to the extraction of total RNA from various samples. The extraction process is convenient and fast, and the entire operation can be completed within one hour. This reagent can be used for small samples (50-100 mg tissue, 1x106 cells) and also suitable for large samples (≥1g tissue, >107 cells). It is applicable to humans, animals, plant tissues, and bacteria, and can process a large number of different samples at the same time, and the entire extraction process can be completed within one hour. The isolated total RNA protein and DNA are extremely low in contamination, and can be used for Northern Blot, reverse transcription, polyA screening, in vitro translation, RNase protection analysis, and gene cloning.


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