RIP-Assay Kit

RIP-Assay Kit.

Specifications:

Description

RIP-Assay Kit is optimized for performing the RIP-Chip process.

Target: RNP Complex
Product Type: Kit
Size: 10 Assays
Research Area / Disease: Epigenetics
Storage Temperature: 4°C
Regulatory Statement: For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Components

  • Lysis buffer
  • Wash buffer
  • Normal Rabbit IgG
  • High-Salt Solution
  • Solution I
  • Solution II
  • Solution III
  • Solution IV

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