Does residual Allprotect Tissue Reagent left behind on tissue samples interfere with DNA, RNA, and protein purification?
FAQ ID -1573

No. Allprotect Tissue Reagent remains on the sample due to its viscosity. We recommend removing excess reagent by dabbing or rolling the sample over a paper towel.

However, residual Allprotect Tissue Reagent on the sample inhibits neither DNA, RNA, and/or protein purification, nor downstream applications.