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

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.



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