Latest How To Guides
A Guide to Cell Death Mechanisms and Detection Tools
Download this guide to learn more about multiple pathways, cell death markers, causes of cell death plus detection tools and resources.
Nine Ways To Improve Your Data Reproducibility
Download this guide to discover tips on improving your data reproducibility such as checking guidelines specific to your field, maintaining equipment and understanding analysis software.
Achieving Data Compliance: What Not To Do
Download this guide to learn how to avoid remediations for citations such as loss of electronic records, uncontrolled and unvalidated spreadsheets and conflict of interest.
How To Pipette Accurately
Download this guide to learn how to avoid instrument damage, volume inaccuracies and sample and reagent contamination.
Flow Cytometry Capabilities Guide
Flow cytometry enables the simultaneous analysis of multiple proteins, gene expression, and cell functions from an individual cell. This technology makes it possible to obtain a statistically relevant amount of data.
De-Risking Cell Culture: Getting Canny With Contamination
Download this guide to learn how to achieve effective aseptic technique, identify microbial infections and develop essential contingency plans.
Best Practices for Returning to the Lab
Download this free how to guide to learn more about the tips and best practices for returning to the lab after an unexpected shutdown.
How To Implement a LIMS Successfully
Download this guide to learn about designing and building the LIMS IT platform, interfacing core analytical instruments, training the LIMS project team and LIMS implementation do's and don'ts.
An Introduction to Crystal Digital PCR™
Download this guide to learn more about the advantages and applications of dPCR as well as an easy four step workflow and intuitive software for result analysis.
Flow Cytometer Evaluation Guide
Now more than ever, across vast areas of study, researchers are developing innovative applications for new areas of research, improving data quality and expanding the boundaries of experimental limitations. These advances are enabled by increasingly sophisticated instruments and software – including in flow cytometry.