|From:||richard hazelton <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
This product is a preservative of RNA, not a tissue fixative.
Tissue still needs to be fixed, unless it is fresh eg cultured cells.
Check this link
http://www.ambion.com/techlib/tn/72/725.html and notice that the tumour
tissue was fixed in acetic alcohol. Tissue frozen in RNAlater may prove
difficult to cryosection.
I found RNAlater is not useful for preserving RNA during IHC, for subsequent
microdissection and extraction.
From: Richard Edwards <REE3@leicester.ac.uk>
To: email@example.com <>
Date: Friday, 18 May 2001 18:41
> Anyone out there had any experiance of using RNAlater as a
> Richard Edwards
> MRC TOXICOLOGY
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