ProtectRNA RNase Inhibitor 500× Concentrate

RNase inhibitor for in situ hybridization assays

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Quality Level

storage temp.



Not recommended in systems where other enzymatic activity is required.
ProtectRNA RNase Inhibitor 500× Concentrate is an RNase inhibitor.
A potent inhibitor of most nucleic acid binding enzymes, and thus useful as an RNase inhibitor. Especially useful when performing in situ hybridization. If it is added to all aqueous solutions used, it eliminates the need for special glassware washing and after-wash treatments. The 500x concentrate is economical; 2 ml treats 1,000 ml of solution. Not recommended in systems where other enzymatic activity is required.

Features and Benefits

The 500× concentrate is economical


2mL treats 1,000ml of solution.

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ProtectRNA is a trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC


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UN 1993C 3 / PGIII

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Flash Point(F)

140.0 °F - closed cup

Flash Point(C)

60 °C - closed cup

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