Download the whitepaper to learn more about LED light engines for the inactivation of RNases in a laboratory setting
In a lab environment, the single most important aspect of RNA protocols is isolating and maintaining full length, un-degraded RNA for analysis or use as a reaction substrate. Hindering this process is the presence of RNase. Whether preparing total RNA libraries for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) or looking at individual RNAs (iCLIP), degradation by RNases is a recurring laboratory handling issue requiring diverse cleaning methods.
This white paper makes the case for why UV LED technology deserves serious consideration by RNA sequencing labs for controlling ribonuclease in a laboratory setting. It describes Phoseon’s findings related to LED light engines for the inactivation of RNases in a laboratory setting.