I wouldn’t normally expect to include an article on knitting in a molecular biology blog, but Kimberly Chapman’s DNA model for babies is so cool (in a very geeky way) that I thought it deserved a mention. I’d like one of these, but unfortunately, they are not commercially available. Kimberley only provides patterns on her website, and I don’t have the first clue how to knit so I’ll have to be content with the photo. Never mind.
Effective sterilisation techniques are essential for working with isolated cell lines for obvious reasons you don’t want bugs from the environment growing in your nice culture medium, and equally, cultures must be sterilised before disposal. So what are the most common methods of sterilisation, and how do they work? Unsure? Read on… WET HEAT (Autoclaving) […]
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