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Problem with RNA extraction

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Default Problem with RNA extraction



I extracted RNA from cells from a suspension culture using the Qiagen RNeasy kit. Then I ran an Agilent RNA nano chip to check for the quality. The chromatogram had a weird 3rd peak as pronounced as the 18S and 28S peaks. Has anybody seen the same thing?
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