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Chemically Induced Mouse Models – Where Consistency Matters

Tips and tricks to get the most optimum and consistent results in a DSS-induced colitis model

Laboratory mouse representing genetic and chemically induced mouse models
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Top 5 Things to Keep in Mind When Detecting Non-Histone Lysine Acetylation

Lysine acetylation isn’t just for histones. Read on to find out how to determine whether your favorite protein is lysine acetylated.

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Recombinant Protein Expression: How to Choose the Right Affinity Tag

Using the right affinity tag can make protein purification a breeze. Read more to find out which tag is right for you.

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Size Analysis of High-Molecular-Weight DNA for Long-Read Sequencing

Discover how to check DNA quality for long-read sequencing using electrophoresis and why pipetting carefully is so important.

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Teach Yourself Python: A Guide for Biologists

Automate almost everything by learning Python. Discover why Python is a useful language for Biologists and discover how you can teach yourself!

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Microglial Cell Lines: The Ultimate Guide to Selection

Are needing to choose a microglial cell line? Want to ensure you are currently using the right one for your needs? Discover the different options available and how to choose.

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Making the Perfect Blood Smear

By Haley Gassel

Stop wasting time throwing out slide after slide trying to create a readable blood smear. Read our how-to guide for creating the perfect blood smear slide.

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