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miR-Mouse™ Enriched Small RNAs

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miR-Mouse™ Enriched Small RNAs are purified from pools of up to 10 organs from Balb/c mice. The RNA is also available as a custom product of RNA from strain/gender/age as specified by the researcher. The RNA is extracted using a single-phase reagent containing phenol and guanidinium thiocyanate and the small RNA fraction is enriched by differential precipitation with isopropanol. The large RNA-enriched fraction corresponding to the particular small RNA-enriched preparation is available as a companion product. The small RNA enriched RNA ranges in size from approximately 10 bp to 100 bp and is especially useful for analyzing microRNA and other endogenous small RNAs in particular tissues. The product is supplied at a concentration of 50 ng/uL in a buffer of 0.2 mM EDTA pH 8 in nuclease-free water. For information about custom miR-Mouse™ Enriched Small RNAs from Mouse Tissue contact us at info@biooscientific.com and specify the strain/gender/age you would like to obtain enriched small RNA from.
Product miR-Mouse™ Enriched Small RNAs
Company BIOO Scientific - Product Directory
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Catalog Number 5156
Quantity 15 ug
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3913 Todd Lane Suite 312 Austin, TX 78744, USA

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