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Why Rainin Does Not Test for RNA

Technical Report

Technical Note: Why Rainin Does Not Test for RNA

First, the sensitivity of Rainin's test for contaminating human DNA informs us with a high degree of certainty that there cannot possibly be contaminating RNA present, beyond the faintest possible trace. Hence, a separate test for RNA is neither required nor possible, based upon the sensitivity of various test methods, as explained in the document.