Decontamination of RNase A for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)

RNA library prep, sequencing, and PCR

Laboratory contamination is an on-going problem for experiments run in Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS). Significant levels of ambient RNase contamination can occur in minutes. Contaminants such as RNase A are difficult to irreversibly inactivate in the absence of harsh chemicals.

UV LED technology is a new method used in next-generation sequencing for controlling laboratory contamination. High Intensity, UV decontamination of RNase enables researchers to save significant time and money while ensuring consistent, accurate results.

Phoseon's KeyPro™ decontamination system is ideally suited for labs that require high fidelity RNA library prep, sequencing, and PCR. Utilizing Phoseon’s patented Semiconductor Light Matrix (SLM)™ technology enables the KeyPro system to increase lab productivity. Complete inactivation of laboratory contaminants, including the hard-to-kill RNase A, can be accomplished by the KeyPro system in under five minutes and at fraction of the cost of traditional methods. Load reagents and solvents and run your decontamination cycle just prior to adding sample.

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