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  • mercier
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    Recovery

    Originally posted by sanush View Post
    Hi all
    We have been using ABI's Ribominus kit for the ribosomal removal for RNA seq experiment. After ribominus treatment we check it on the bioanalyzer and usually the ribosomal contamination will be around .5 to .8%. The ribominus treatment has worked good so far for human and mouse species, but currently we are facing problem with C. Elegans. The ribominus contamination after 1st ribominus treatment was around 4% to 5%. So we did a 2nd ribominus treatment and it is even worse the 2nd time (7% to 8%).

    Any advice on alternate ribosomal RNA removal kit for C. Elegans species.

    Thanks in advance
    Hello,
    When you say that the ribominus worked good it was for the quality but for the recovery...
    I test it two times with 10 µg each time and didnt succeed to reciver more than 250 ng... with also 4-5% of rRNA (normally this kit say 1% left...)

    Have you the same quantity?

    Thank's a lot in advance

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  • sanush
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    Originally posted by ECO View Post
    Human/Mouse kit or new Eukaryotic kit?
    Thanks

    The ribo depletion was done using ribominus eukaryotic kit..any suggestion for alternate kit

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  • sanush
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    Ribosomal removal problem

    Hi all
    We have been using ABI's Ribominus kit for the ribosomal removal for RNA seq experiment. After ribominus treatment we check it on the bioanalyzer and usually the ribosomal contamination will be around .5 to .8%. The ribominus treatment has worked good so far for human and mouse species, but currently we are facing problem with C. Elegans. The ribominus contamination after 1st ribominus treatment was around 4% to 5%. So we did a 2nd ribominus treatment and it is even worse the 2nd time (7% to 8%).

    Any advice on alternate ribosomal RNA removal kit for C. Elegans species.

    Thanks in advance

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