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Default DNA removal used in your Laboratory



Hi all, I would like to know what DNA removal agent used in your lab. I guess it could help other to choose which is the best DNA removal agent for them. We categorize it to
1. Effectiveness
2. Pricing
3. Usage - Use more or a little bit
4. Misc
(i will update this 1 post to summarize all the post. If this is a repost please redirect me to the post, thanks)
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Default Re: DNA removal used in your Laboratory

DNA AWAY (if require i can censor / remove the name)
1. Effectiveness - Not very effective still have cross contamination
2. Pricing - Moderate
3. Basically dispense or wet cloth/tissue and apply on working surface or apparatus
4. Misc - Watery feel and does not dry fast (drying speed = water drying speed)
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