The RNA concentrations determined by the Nanodrop and Bioanalyzer are not the
same, why not?

The RNA quantitation results of the Nanodrop and the Bioanalyzer should agree to a
large extend. This is particularly the case if you have a high concentration of RNA that
is highly pure. If the results of the Nanodrop and the Bioanalyzer do not agree, you are
most likely dealing with low RNA levels and/or material that is not so pure. You may
want to see the chapter on determination of RNA purity by spectrophotometric
absorbance measurements using the Nanodrop ND-1000.  

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