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PowerLyzer™ UltraClean® Plant RNA Isolation Kit

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For isolation of total RNA from plant tissues, optimized for use with bead based homogenizers such as the PowerLyzer™ 24.

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•    Rapid isolation of total RNA from plant tissues in only 35 minutes
•    Optimized for use with bead based homogenizers such as the PowerLyzer™ 24
•    Yields high quality RNA ready for qPCR
•    Safe and easy protocol uses NO phenol/chloroform extraction, CsCl gradients or ethanol precipitation
•    Includes all ready-to-use RNase-free reagents and all required spin filters and tubes

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The PowerLyzer™UltraClean® Plant RNA Isolation Kit is designed to isolate total RNA from a wide variety of plant materials. Sample sizes from 5 to 100 mg can be processed. All contaminants, such as polysaccharides, are removed, and the eluted RNA is ready for all downstream applications.

Fresh or frozen plant tissues are homogenized using a bead based homogenizer like the PowerLyzer™ 24. After cell lysis, the released RNA is captured on a silica membrane spin filter. The RNA bound to the filter is washed to remove all contaminants. Finally, the RNA is recovered in certified RNase-free water (provided). The eluted RNA is very pure and ready for sensitive applications such as reverse-transcription PCR.

Product PowerLyzer™ UltraClean® Plant RNA Isolation Kit
Company MoBio Laboratories, Inc.
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MoBio Laboratories, Inc.
2746 Loker Avenue West Carlsbad, CA 92010

Tel: +1 760-929-9911
Fax: +1 760-929-0109
Email: orders@mobio.com



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