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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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How to Measure and Improve Lab Accuracy and Precision

Accuracy and precision are critical for achieving reliable and reproducible results. Read on to discover what these terms mean and how to improve your accuracy and precision.

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