TRI Reagent® by Merck

Manufacturer Merck  |   Model: T9424  |  Available Worldwide
  |  1 reviews
For processing tissues, cells cultured in monolayer or cell pellets

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TRI Reagent®

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Average Rating: 4.7
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Great RNA and protein extraction!
Rating: 4.7

  • Application Area: RNA, DNA, Protein extraction from the same sample

"I use this product for RNA extraction, with a good efficiency: the RNA extracted is of high quality and in a good concentration. In addition, the advantage of the product is the possibility to extract protein from the same sample: this is essential for important sample/tissue. The RNA extraction works at room temperature."

Review date: 24 Oct 2017 | TRI Reagent®

TRI Reagent is a quick and convenient reagent for use in the simultaneous isolation of RNA, DNA, and protein. Successful isolations from human, animal, plant, yeast, bacterial, and viral samples can be obtained. A convenient single-step liquid phase separation results in the simultaneous isolation of RNA, DNA, and protein. This procedure is an improvement of the single-step method reported by Chomczynski and Sacchi for total RNA isolation. TRI Reagent performs well with large or small amounts of tissue or cells and many samples can be simultaneously extracted.

Features and Benefits

  • Easily scalable RNA isolation
  • Works with many sources: human, plant, yeast, bacterial, or viral
  • Better yields than traditional guanidine thiocyanate/cesium chloride methods