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Does DNase work at 8 degree?

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Default Does DNase work at 8 degree?



I am working in Genome center of Mcgill University and there are two post doc person who have obtained their PhD degree from France and UK respectively. This one from UK has learned to do RNA extract in two months ago, I mean he just learn to do RNA extract from two months ago.


When I said that DNases work at 8 degree, they laughed at me. I want to add nuclear extract to my beads which have bounded oligo and shake it for 2hour at 4 degree.
What is your idea?
I am new PhD student.
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