RNase and DNase are mainly present at high concentrations in the environment and in some biological materials. They often have very high specific activity and are contaminants that can interfere with nucleotide research. RNase often contaminates common molecular biology reagents such as reaction buffers and various types of enzymes. DNase degrades DNA, and its presence is also a threat to many molecular biology experiments.
Alfa Chemistry provides customers with RNase and DNase Away. It can effectively remove nuclease contamination from the operating table, glass surface, plastic surface, etc., without residual effects on subsequent RNA and DNA samples.
|Reagent Type||RNase and DNase control reagent|
|Grade||For molecular biology|
|Shipping Condition||Room temperature|
|Storage Condition||Room temperature and sealed storage|
|Application||Can be used for a variety of routine DNA and RNA operations and prevent degradation of DNA and RNA samples.|
|Security||Non-toxic and non-corrosive|
|Note||This product is for research use only.|
- RNase and DNase Away may precipitate turbidity or precipitation when the ambient temperature is low. It can be heated in a water bath at 37 °C for a few minutes to restore clarification. Do not shake violently to avoid excessive foam formation.
- RNase and DNase Away is safe, non-toxic and non-corrosive. In some application fields, it can act as a very safe alternative to DEPC.
- RNase and DNase Away is easy to use. Spray the product directly onto a solid surface and wipe off with a clean paper towel after about 5 minutes, followed by subsequent experiments.
Since the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, research into the detection and treatment of Coronavirus has never stopped. Alfa Chemistry is committed to providing customers with RNase and DNase control reagents used in the nucleic acid detection process to meet their various needs. If the product you are looking for is not in our catalog, please contact us. We will be happy to provide you with customized synthesis services.
Our products and services are for research use only and cannot be used for any clinical purposes.