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I want to know how to make plastic containers free of DNA & RNA? this is just for knowledge

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Use disposable containers like Eppendorf tubes and Falcons, that is by far the easiest way. – Mad Scientist Jun 28 '13 at 8:56

Lab cleaning solutions can be bought which remove/destroy nucleic acids such as this one. UV is another technique for destroying DNA. And bleach is used to remove contaminant DNA in ancient DNA studies.

Searching for a DNA/RNA lab cleaning protocol would be a good idea to - something like this.

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