Effects of preservation and storage of microcrustaceans in RNA later on RNA and DNA degradation

@inproceedings{Gorokhova2005EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of preservation and storage of microcrustaceans in RNA later on RNA and DNA degradation},
  author={Elena Gorokhova},
  year={2005}
}
Methods of preserving nucleic acids are increasingly in demand because of the recent advances in molecular and biochemical approaches to ecology. The RNA storage reagent RNAlater® was tested as an alternative method to deep-freezing for preserving RNA and DNA in zooplankton. Artemia spp. nauplii were used as test organisms. Individual RNA and DNA contents were monitored over a time period of 8 months to evaluate the effects of preservation and storage. Treatments included (1) freezing at –80°C… CONTINUE READING
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