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Is there a well established protocol to RNAse treat live cells (permeabalize and RNAse treat to get rid of the RNA, but not the protein)?
Thanks in advance!
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You may try protein transfection reagent. A number of companies sell this reagent. Just follow the protocol that comes with the reagent.
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