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IDT to Streamline Users Research

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As part of its new quarterly Decoded newsletter, Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT), provides insightful and interesting articles, features, news and technical tips.

In the latest issue, Adam Clore, a Scientific Applications Specialist at IDT, provides advice on how to optimize agarose and polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.

Although electrophoresis is widely used in laboratories around the world, researchers often complain of poor resolution, smearing, streaking, and a host of other problems that limit the effectiveness of the technique.

The new article provides tips on running your gels and answers common user questions, such as whether to employ TAE or TBE and which voltage settings to use.