Single Cell RNA Purification Kit

Rapid purification of total RNA -including microRNA - from small input amounts

  • Fast and easy processing using rapid micro spin-column format
  • Small elution volume of 8 µL ready for direct utilization in qRT-PCR reactions
  • Isolate total RNA including microRNA in a concentrated ready to use format
  • Isolate high quality total RNA from a variety of sources
  • RNA can be isolated from a single cell to 100,000 cells
Items Cat. # Size
Single Cell RNA Purification Kit 51800 50 preps

Single Cell RNA Purification Kit

Very sensitive kit designed to work with as low as a single cell and up to 100,000 cells. The special design of the micro spin-column allows a small elution volume of as little as 8 µL.

Rapid 15 minute method for the isolation and purification of total RNA (including miRNA) from small input amounts of cultured animal cells, CTC, stem cells, immuno-sorted cells, and microdissected samples including laser-capture microdissection (LCM). The purified RNA is of the highest purity and integrity, and can be used in a number of qRT-PCR and digital PCR and other whole transcriptome applications.

Single Cell RNA Purification Kit

Very sensitive kit designed to work with as low as a single cell and up to 100,000 cells. The special design of the micro spin-column allows a small elution volume of as little as 8 µL.

Rapid 15 minute method for the isolation and purification of total RNA (including miRNA) from small input amounts of cultured animal cells, CTC, stem cells, immuno-sorted cells, and microdissected samples including laser-capture microdissection (LCM). The purified RNA is of the highest purity and integrity, and can be used in a number of qRT-PCR and digital PCR and other whole transcriptome applications.

Title Single-cell Migration Chip for Chemotaxis-based Microfluidic Selection of Heterogeneous Cell Populations
Journal Scientific Reports. 2015.
Authors Yu-Chih Chen, Steven G. Allen, Patrick N. Ingram, Ronald Buckanovich, Sofia D. Merajver & Euisik Yoon
Title Defective microglial development in the hippocampus of Cx3cr1 deficient mice
Journal Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience2015.
Authors Francesca Pagani, Rosa Paolicelli, Emanuele Murana, Barbara Cortese, Silvia Di_Angelantonio, Emanuele Zurolo, Eva Guiducci, Tiago A. Ferreira, Stefano Garofalo, Myriam Catalano, Giuseppina D_Alessandro, Alessandra Porzia, Giovanna Peruzzi, Fabrizio Mainiero, Cristina Limatola, Cornelius Gross and Davide Ragozzino