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Comprehensive Range of Ready-to-Use RNAs

Published: Thursday, February 21, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, February 20, 2013
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AMSBIO offers customers panels of convenient, ready-to-use RNAs.

AMSBIO has expanded its range of ready-to-use RNA samples to now include mRNA / microRNA tissue preparations and a large number of RNAs from mouse and rat development stages.

With more than 20 years of experience in RNA isolation, AMSBIO has generated over 4000 individual total RNAs ready to go off-the-shelf, many with Bioanalyzer RIN scores to demonstrate their high quality.

Isolated from a variety of tissues - the AMSBIO biorepository of RNA samples covers over 30 species including human, animal, plant, insect and cell line.

Included within the biorepository are a wide range of normal tissue types as well as tissues of human disease conditions, from multiple donors, that are typically difficult to source.

AMSBIO's range of total RNA isolated from major organs (embryonic stages to adult) includes RNA from individual brain regions that are difficult to obtain because of their size and anatomical complexity.

Also available are a comprehensive collection of preparations from placenta, uterus and embryo tissues at different stages of pregnancy plus a complete library of mammary gland specimens from non-pregnant, pregnant, lactating, and involuted animals.

To make purchasing easy for customers - AMSBIO offers customers panels of convenient, ready-to-use RNAs.

Stringent quality control tests are performed on all AMSBIO tissue preparations to confirm the integrity and stability of their RNA.

These purified RNAs are invaluable ready-for-use tools, provided in convenient sizes, for various downstream applications, including microarray hybridization, PCR cDNA synthesis and RT-PCR analysis.

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