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Introduction to DNA Microarrays

This is the first installment in the DNA microarray series where I will introduce the technology and explain the basics.

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Choosing the Right Bacterial Strains for Your Lab

Whether you’re simply seeking competent E. coli for a transformation experiment or building a panel intended for a whole project, it’s vital that you pick the right strain for your experiment. Find out more in our complete guide to choosing bacterial strains.

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Practical Application of Phenol-Chloroform Extraction

Are you struggling with your phenol-chloroform extraction or just looking to maximize the nucleic acid you retrieve? Then read our expert advice to improve your technique.

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The Basics: How Phenol Extraction of DNA Works

Phenol extraction is a common method for removing proteins from nucleic acids. Discover how phenol extraction of DNA works.

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All Charged Up: The Basics of Ion-Exchange Chromatography

Ion-exchange chromatography is used to separate and purify proteins based on net charge at a particular pH. Here are the basics about this technique.

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Tissue Processing For Histology: What Exactly Happens?

Tissue processing for histology is a key step between fixation and embedding. We take you through the steps of tissue processing in this simple guide.

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