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 +####Input sample requirements
  
- +    ​IMPORTANT!
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-####Input sample requirements +
-**IMPORTANT!** +
     Perform RNA isolation immediately after sample collection or quick-freeze samples immediately after collection and store at –80°C or in liquid nitrogen until RNA isolation.     Perform RNA isolation immediately after sample collection or quick-freeze samples immediately after collection and store at –80°C or in liquid nitrogen until RNA isolation.
  
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 ^ Sample type                ^ Starting material per 1 mL of TRIzolTM Reagent ​                                                 ^ ^ Sample type                ^ Starting material per 1 mL of TRIzolTM Reagent ​                                                 ^
 | Tissues[1] ​                | 50 ー 100 mg of tissue ​                                                                            | | Tissues[1] ​                | 50 ー 100 mg of tissue ​                                                                            |
-| Cells grown in monolayer ​  | 1 × 10`5 ー 1 × 10`7 cells grown in monolayer in a 3.5–cm culture dish (10 cm2)                  | +| Cells grown in monolayer ​  | 1 × 10xx5 ー 1 × 10xx7 cells grown in monolayer in a 3.5–cm culture dish (10 cm2)                  | 
-| Cells grown in suspension ​ | 5 ー 10 × 10`6 cells from animal, plant, or yeasty origin or 1 × 10`7 cells of bacterial origin ​ |+| Cells grown in suspension ​ | 5 ー 10 × 10xx6 cells from animal, plant, or yeasty origin or 1 × 10xx7 cells of bacterial origin ​ |
 |                            | [1] Fresh tissues or tissues stored in RNAlaterTM Stabilization Solution (Cat. No. AM7020). ​    | |                            | [1] Fresh tissues or tissues stored in RNAlaterTM Stabilization Solution (Cat. No. AM7020). ​    |
 |                            |                                                                                                 | |                            |                                                                                                 |
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 +####​Procedural guidelines
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 +  *Perform all steps at room temperature (20–25°C) unless otherwise noted.
 +  *Use cold TRIzolTM Reagent if the starting material contains high levels of RNase, such as spleen or pancreas samples.
 +  *Use disposable, individually wrapped, sterile plastic ware and sterile, disposable RNase-free pipettes, pipette tips, and tubes.
 +  *Wear disposable gloves while handling reagents and RNA samples to prevent RNase contamination from the surface of the skin; change gloves frequently, particularly as the protocol progresses from crude extracts to more purified materials.
 +  *Always use proper microbiological aseptic techniques when working with RNA.
 +  *Use RNaseZapTM RNase Decontamination Solution (Cat.no. AM9780) to remove RNase contamination from work surfaces and non-disposable items such as centrifuges and pipettes used during purification.
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 +#### Protocol
  
 +==1  Lyse samples and separate phases==
  
-  * Freshly prepared DNaseI solution included ​in the kit+  *Lyse and homogenize samples ​in TRIzolTM Reagent according to your starting material.
  
- Check  ^  ​Reagent ​            ^   ​^  ​reaction (µL)   _ _ _ _ reaction ​(µL)  ​^ Memo                                              ^ +Cell grown in monolayer:​ 
-|         ​| ​ ddH2O (RNAse free)  |   ​| ​ 87.5                 ​| ​                        ​| ​                                                  | +  *Remove growth media. 
-|         | 10x DNase Buffer ​    ​| ​  ​| ​ 10               ​| ​                        ​| ​                                                  | +  *Add 0.3–0.4 mL of TRIzolTM ​Reagent ​per × 105—107 cells directly to the culture dish to lyse the cells. 
-|         ​| ​ DNaseI ​             |   ​| ​ 2.5          |                         ​| ​   12 units / µL                                               | +  *Pipet the lysate up and down several times to homogenize. 
-^         ​^ ​ Total volume (µL)   ​^   ​^ ​ 100              ^                         ​^ ​ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _  ^+ 
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 +**Note: The sample volume should not exceed 10% of the volume of TRIzolTM Reagent used for lysis.** 
 + 
 +    STOPPING POINT 
 +    Samples can be stored at 4°C overnight or at – 20°C for up to a year. 
 + 
 +  *(OptionalIf samples have a high fat content, centrifuge the lysate for 5 minutes at 12,000 × g at 4–10°C, then transfer the clear supernatant to a new tube. 
 +  *Incubate for 5 minutes to permit complete dissociation of the nucleoproteins complex. 
 +  ​*Add 0.2 mL of chloroform per 1 mL of TRIzolTM Reagent used for lysis, then securely cap the tube. 
 +  *Incubate for 2–3 minutes. 
 +  *Centrifuge the sample for 15 minutes at 12,000 × g at 4°C
 +  ​*The mixture separates into a lower red phenol-chloroform,​ and interphase, and a colorless upper aqueous phase. 
 +  ​*Transfer the aqueous phase containing the RNA to a new tubeTransfer the aqueous phase containing the RNA to a new tube by angling the tube at 45° and pipetting the solution out. 
 + 
 +    IMPORTANT! ​ 
 +    Avoid transferring any of the interphase or organic layer into the pipette when removing the aqueous phase. ​  ​ 
 + 
 + 
 +  *Proceed directly to “Isolate RNA“ ​
  
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-\\ +==2  Isolate RNA== 
 + 
 +Precipitate the RNA 
 +  *(Optional) If the starting sample is small (<106 cells or <10 mg of tissue), add 5–10 μg of RNase-free glycogen as a carrier to the aqueous phase. 
 +Note: The glycogen is co-precipitated with the RNA, but does not interfere with subsequent applications. 
 +  *Add 0.5 mL of isopropanol to the aqueous phase, per 1 mL of TRIzolTM Reagent used for lysis. Incubate for 10 minutes. 
 +  *Centrifuge for 10 minutes at 12,000 × g at 4°C. 
 +  *Total RNA precipitate forms a white gel-like pellet at the bottom of the tube. 
 +  *Discard the supernatant with a micropipettor.
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 +Wash the RNA
 +  *Resuspend the pellet in 1 mL of 75% ethanol per 1 mL of TRIzolTM Reagent used for lysis.
 +Note: The RNA can be stored in 75% ethanol for at least 1 year at –20°C, or at least 1 week at 4°C. Vortex the sample briefly, then centrifuge for 5 minutes at 7500 × g at 4°C.
 +  *Discard the supernatant with a micropipettor.
 +  *Vacuum or air dry the RNA pellet for 5–10 minutes.
 +    IMPORTANT! ​
 +    Do not dry the pellet by vacuum centrifuge. Do not let the RNA pellet dry, to ensure total solubilization of the RNA. Partially dissolved RNA samples have an A230/280 ratio <1.6.
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 +Solubilize the RNA
 +  *Resuspend the pellet in 20–50 μL of RNase-free water, 0.1 mM EDTA, or 0.5% SDS solution by pipetting up and down.
  
-#### Protocol+    IMPORTANT!  
 +    Do not dissolve the RNA in 0.5% SDS if the RNA is to be used in subsequent enzymatic reactions.
  
-==1  Sample preparation== +  *Incubate in a water bath or heat block set at 55–60°C for 10–15 minutes. ​ 
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-First step of sample preparation differs if you are using (A)culture cells OR (B)Tissue specimen. ​ + 
-Buffers are highlighted in blue to prevent mistakes+ 
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-  +Proceed ​to downstream applications,​ or store the RNA at –70°C
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 + --- //​[[daney@sfc.keio.ac.jp|Dan Yamamoto-Evans]] 2019/12/05 11:39//
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