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Mo Bio Laboratories this week launched the RTS DNase kit for removing contaminating genomic DNA from RNA preparations while protecting the RNA samples from damage during the DNase treatment process.

The kit includes the first room-temperature-stable DNase I enzyme, which eliminates concerns over freeze-thaw cycles that may decrease enzymatic activity. The kit also contains a highly specific resin that is used to bind and remove the RTS DNase enzyme and divalent cations from the reaction for optimal qPCR results, Mo Bio said.

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