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Quant-iT™ RNA XR Assay Kit

Catalog number:  Q33225

 Related applications:

Nucleic Acid Quantitation

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Description

The Quant-iT RNA XR (Extended Range) Assay Kit provides an accurate and selective method for the quantitation of high-abundance RNA samples. The assay is highly selective for RNA and does not quantitate DNA, protein, or free nucleotides, unlike Quant-iT RiboGreen RNA Reagent or RiboGreen reagent-based assay kits. Common contaminants, such as salts, free nucleotides, solvents, detergents, and protein, are well-tolerated in the assay. The assay kit is designed to be accurate for initial RNA sample concentrations from 1 ng/µL to 8 µg/µL, providing an assay range from 20 ng –8 µg. The kit provides concentrated assay reagent, dilution buffer, and pre-diluted RNA standards. Simply dilute the reagent using the buffer provided, add the sample (any volume between 1 µL and 20 µL is acceptable), and read the concentration using a fluorescent-based microplate reader.

Note: The Quant-iT RNA XR Assay Kit replaces the Qubit RNA BR (broad-range) Assay Kit.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Product Line: Quant-iT™
Product Size: 1000 assays
Shipping Condition: Dry Ice

Contents & storage

Store kit at -20°C or below; store RNA standards at -80°C or below.

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