RNA Isolation from Tissue
Extract RNA from a wide variety of tissues without the waste-removal hazards of organic solvents.
- Produces high recovery of total RNA from soft, fibrous and lipid-rich tissues
- Generates high-quality and high-integrity RNA to help optimize downstream applications
RNAdvance Tissue Genomic Reagent Kits
RNAdvance Tissue Workflow Steps
RNAdvance Tissue isolates total RNA from mammalian tissues.
The RNAdvance Tissue isoloation kit purifies RNA with high RIN scores enhancing suitability for downstream applications.
Combining RNAdvance Tissue chemistry with our Biomek workstation offers a high throughput and minimal hand-on solution: 15 minutes hands-on; extract 96 samples in approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.
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- Used to extract RNA from mouse tail
Nakhuda, A., Josse, A. R., Gburcik, V., Crossland, H., Raymond, F., Metairon, S., . . . Timmons, J. A. (2016, August 2016). Biomarkers of browning of white adipose tissue and their regulation during exercise- and diet-induced weight loss. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 104(3), 557–565. doi:10.3945/ajcn.116.132563
- Used to extract RNA from human muscle
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