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miRNA extraction from RLT-plus?

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Default miRNA extraction from RLT-plus?



Hi everybody!!!
Im very happy to have found this forum, bcause Im having a lot of problems with miRNA extraction Do you have any experience with the extraction from cells preserved in RLT-Plus? is it really possible?? which kit do you use (Qiagen, miRvana...)? Is the amount that you obtained enough to hybridize miRNA microarrays?
Thanks a lot!!
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