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Old 01-06-2016, 07:41 AM   #1
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Default Strange RNA profile

I've run several RNA samples on the Bioanalyzer (eukaryotic pico kit) and the ribosomal peaks look decent. There is though a peculiar, smaller peak just before the main 18S peak. Does this indicate degradation - it seems strange that all samples should have such and identical peak - or could it be to do with the kit/reagents? Thanks.
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From what organism were these samples derived? Might is be plastid (i.e. chloroplast) ribosomal RNA?
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These are RNA samples extracted from bat cells (cell culture not tissue).
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