RNA stabilization reagent

Basic description

Important!

We are constantly improving the protocol for the kit. Please use the protocol provided with the product.

Updated March 2022

Description

The reagent is intended to ensure the integrity of RNA in tissues and cells. Samples (tissue fragments or cell pellets) are immediately placed in RNA stabilization reagent. The reagent permeates tissues and cells, ensuring the integrity of RNA. The samples are stored in RNA stabilization reagent for at least 1 day at 37 °C, 1 week at 25 °C, 1 month at 2-8 °C, 1 year at -20 - -50 °C without a noticeable decrease in RNA quality.


The gel electrophoresis data (see below) show RNA samples isolated from mouse tissues that were stored in an RNA stabilization reagent at 37 °C (3 days), 25 °C (2 weeks), 4 °C (1.5 months), -20 °C (1 year), and -50 °C (1 year). 1 - heart, 2 - kidneys, 3 – liver.

3 days, 37 °C


2 weeks, 25 °C

1.5 months, 4 °C


1 year, -20 °C

1 year, -50 °C

Safety Information

CAUTION! When working with chemicals, always wear a suitable lab coat, disposable gloves, and protective goggles. You must follow the rules of general and personal safety when working with the kit.

Areas of use

  • Isolation of RNA, DNA and Proteins

Benefits of using

Storage

All components of the kit can be stored at 2-25 °C for up to 12 months. A precipitate may form if the reagent is stored at 2-8 °C This does not affect the quality of the reagent

Transportation

All components of the kit are shipped at room temperature.

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