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Download this free guide to improve your decontamination processes for both biological and chemical contaminants.READ MORE
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.READ MORE
It is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of different ways of detecting a protein of interest on a western blot membrane. Here, we consider the three main types of protein detection for western blot; radioactive, enzymatic, and fluorescent.READ MORE
An important RNAi-based method to silence a gene is through the delivery of artificial RNA molecules called short hairpin RNAs (shRNAs). This guide will focus on the design, delivery and use of shRNAs to create a long-term knockdown of a targeted gene.READ MORE
Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is a technique that capitalizes on the specificity of the immune system to examine tissue stained to demonstrate the presence of certain proteins. In this guide, we have provided a sample IHC protocol followed by tips and techniques to optimize your IHC staining.
This is the essential guide for any laboratory thinking of implementing a LIMS to improve processes and operational efficiency.READ MORE