Subject: Why are RNases more prevalent than DNases?
Date: Tue Jul 4 08:46:40 2000
Posted by sharon Thomas
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Fordham University
City: bronx State/Province: ny
Area of science: Molecular Biology
While reading an mRNA isolation protocol, it became evident that mRNA
degradation by RNases was a major concern since evrything from skin, to
hair, to benchtops contained RNases. Why are Rnases present ubiqitously,
but not Dnases?
Re: Why are RNases more prevalent than DNases?
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