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Riboreserve™ RNA Storage Solution

 

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A 1 mM sodium citrate, pH 6.4 buffer that protects purified RNA from degradation during extended storage. Free of RNase activity.

Technical Information

  • Grade: Biotechnology
  • Features:
  • Bioburden: NONE
  • DNase (P/F): NONE
  • pH (50%, Water) @25°C: 6.2 - 6.6
  • RNA Assay (P/F): PASS
  • RNase (P/F): NONE

Catalog No.:10450005-2
Size:50 mL
Brand Name:bioPLUS™
Storage:2-8°C

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