Latest How To Guides
Introduction to Sample Preparation for Biomolecule Extraction
Download this guide to learn more about the evolution of sample prep, the benefits and common applications of automation and considerations for your automated sample prep setup.
Cryopreservation Guide – The Basics of Cellular Cryopreservation for Research and Clinical Use
Download this guide to the basics of cellular cryopreservation for research and clinical use, exploring essential concepts such as the key protocols, advantages and challenges and safety tips.
Career Leadership Development for Women in STEM
This in-depth resource guide from Maryville University was created for girls, young women, teachers and educators who are looking to share information that encourages women to study STEM and pursue careers in the STEM field.
Tips To Optimize Imaging With Antibodies
Download this how to guide for tips on optimizing imaging with antibodies, with details on antibody selection, sample processing and enhancing signal-to-noise ratio.
Identifying Problems With Your Cell Culture
Download this free guide for tips on maintaining healthy cells and overcoming the challenges associated with cell culture.
Detecting Rare Events Using Flow Cytometry: A Step by Step Guide
Download this handbook for tips on detecting rare events using flow cytometry, outlining what to consider at each stage.
How To Develop a Flow Cytometry Protocol
Download this guide for tips on designing a flow cytometry protocol.
A Guide for Decontamination of Laboratory Equipment
Download this free guide to improve your decontamination processes for both biological and chemical contaminants.
How To Prepare Protein Complexes for Mass Spectrometry: Success Is in the Details
The aim of this guide is to aid the experimental scientist in preparing samples for successful analysis by mass spectrometry and identification of the protein components of the complex.
Are You in Control of Your Cells?
Designing controls for some experiments involving cells can be tricky, especially for beginners who do not realize how many factors are at play and must be controlled during cell culture.