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Old 10-28-2018, 04:57 AM   #1
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Default RNA on a DNA High senstivity chip

I am trying to determine if my DNAse I digest worked and I only have total RNA present in sample (for transcriptomic analysis). This sample was cleaned after the digest. I'm not sure what I am seeing on this DNA high sensitivity chip. It doesn't look like DNA but I am not sure. Can anyone help? I've enclosed what the same sample looks like on an RNA nanochip.
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