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What is Alternative Splicing, and Why Is It Important?

Need to brush up on your alternative splicing knowledge? We’re here to help with our guide to this splicing mechanism.

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Essential Factors for Successful Gateway Cloning

Want to use Gateway cloning or having trouble using this technology? Find out how it works and get helpful tips to increase your success.

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Learn to Draw a Molecule in PyMOL™ in 8 Easy Steps

Discover how to easily draw proteins and nucleic acids using molecular visualization tools with our step-by-step tutorial.

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Keeping Track of Your Literature

We show you how to get organized and develop a system to stay on top of your literature reviews.

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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Fluorescent Protein

Discover the critical considerations when choosing a fluorescent protein, the key features of those most commonly used, and why newer might be better.

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A Step-by-Step Guide to the Quantitative Beta-galactosidase Assay for Y2H Screening

Want to know not only if your proteins bind but quantify the interaction? We walk you through how to perform a quantitative yeast two-hybrid assay.

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