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RNA isolation from bone marrow stromal cells

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Question RNA isolation from bone marrow stromal cells



Hello, I would like to isolate RNA from cultured Bone marrow stromal cells. I would like to know what would be the minimum # of cells I need to get a good quantity of RNA?
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