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Maximizing Protein Extraction from Yeast Cells: A Comparison of 4 Methods

Confused about yeast protein extraction methods? Let this article guide you through the process and help you select the most appropriate method based on your research goals and available resources.

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What Reagents Can You Use Past Their Chemical Expiry Date?

Learn about what reagents are usable past their chemical expiry date, how can you check if they are still okay, and which ones you should throw out.

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Let’s Talk About Stats: Methods for Comparing Two Sets of Data

Researchers must show the statistical accuracy, validity, and significance of their data. So here are two ways to compare two sets of data.

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10 Fun Hobbies for Scientists

Want to boost your research through inspiration, creativity, fitness, and articulacy.?We’ve listed an assortment of fun hobbies for scientists.

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A Beginner’s Guide to How Blunt-End Cloning Works

Struggling with your cloning? It could be time to try blunt-end cloning. This easy introduction explains what it is, when to use it, and how.

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How to Totally Nail Your First in situ Hybridization

Having problems with your in situ hybridization? We’ve got 7 simple tips to help you get outstanding results.


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