What RNA yields are expected with the PAXgene Bone Marrow RNA System?
FAQ ID -2506

Bone marrow samples are extremely heterogeneous, consisting of varying amounts of cells, tissue, and solid matter. RNA yields are highly donor-dependent and can vary greatly from sample to sample as well as between replicates from the same donor due to sample-intrinsic heterogeneity.

In a study of 295 bone marrow samples, yields of RNA isolated from 2 mL human bone marrow were between 2.0 and 44.7 µg (5-95% quantiles, mean = 15.8 µg, median = 11.0 µg).