Optimizing Magnetic Bead Specificity and Binding Capacity
How To Guide Jun 30, 2019
Magnetic beads are used for a variety of applications within molecular biology. Their versatility and speed puts them at an advantage compared to more complex and conventional methods, however it is important to optimize bead specificity and binding capacity to ensure success.
This guide discusses the key considerations for ensuring that you achieve accurate and reproducible results.
Download this free guide to learn more about:
- The basics of working with magnetic beads
- The different applications magnetic beads are used for
- Optimizing bead specificity and binding capacity
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