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RNA Save

Tissue and cells storage solution for RNA stabilization

Will be discontinued from 1/7/2023
Name SKU Size
RNA Save 01-891-1B 100 mL



Product Overview:

RNA Save is an aqueous, non toxic, tissue and cells storage solution intended for the preservation of RNA for later isolation. It is a preservation solution that allows recovery of intact RNA from tissues. Samples in RNA Save solution can be stored indefinitely at -20°C or -80°C with no RNA degradation. RNA save solution can be used for the storage of tissues, cells, bacteria and yeasts. The solution may not be effective for the storage of waxy plant tissue and bone because of poor penetration of the solution. RNA Save is compatible with most RNA isolation methods.



Storage Conditions RT
Shipping Conditions RT
Specifications RNA Save should be stored at room temperature. If precipitation is seen, warm the solution to 37°C and mix carefully for resolubilization.



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Highly recommendedReview by Aaron
Good quality and cost effective for RNA storage (Posted on 10/20/2019)

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