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Overhang PCR: Add Missing DNA Sequences Using Primers

Need to add extra nucleotides to your plasmid or other DNA sample? Here’s how to use overhang PCR to easily add extra bases using primers.

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A Better Alternative to Immortalized Cells: Combining CRISPR and iPSCs

Investigating human diseases and genetic variation is complex, but CRISPR-edited induced pluripotent stem cells present a promising alternative to immortalized cell lines. This article delves into genome editing principles and offers practical steps for optimizing research techniques, ensuring more accurate and ethical studies.

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How to Preserve Microorganisms: Store Your Cells Better

We must preserve microorganisms for research continuity and to prevent frustrating delays. Here are several reliable ways to do it.

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4 Fixatives for Histology and Cytometry. Perfect Your Preservation

Learn about four fixatives for histology, which one you should pick, and how. Plus, get some top tips for perfect sample preservation.

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7 Top Tips to Make the Most of Your Flow Cytometry Training

So you’ve got your flow cytometry training booked and are one step closer to that precious data. Read our 7 top tips on how to get the most from your flow cytometry training.

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Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy Explained In 3 Easy Steps

Learn how confocal laser scanning microscopy works, its applications, and why it’s great for samples that are too thin to section.

Electron Microscopy Sample Preparation: 10 Pieces of Expert Advice

Electron Microscopy Sample Preparation: 10 Pieces of Expert Advice

By Leica Microsystems

Do you prepare samples for electron microscopy and want to save time, money, effort, and frustration? This article provides hands-on advice to help you get the best possible data out of your EM experiments.

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Real-time IntraVital Microscopy (IVM): In Vivo Cellular-level Imaging of Internal Organs in a Live Animal

Thursday, June 8th, 2023

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Consistent, Error-Free Writing: Tips and Tricks for Time-starved Scientists

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Benefits of Imaging Data in Flow Cytometry Experiments: A Panel Discussion

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Using Antisense to Characterize Nonsense: A Mouse Model of Progranulin-Deficient Dementia

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Candid conversations with the big hitters of Flow Cytometry.


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