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Bitesize Bio has gained a lot of new readers over the past few months so I thought it would be a good idea to highlight some of the articles newer readers may have missed. I’ll do this periodically to make sure none of our readers miss any of our great content. So, here are the best of our tech tips articles so far:
Tips on nucleic acid preparation, isolation and quantification:
- 5 Tips on Vector Preparation for Gene Cloning
- Quick reference: Determining DNA concentration & Purity
- How to: Get Better Plasmid midiprep Yields
- 5 Ways to Clean Up A DNA Sample
- 10 Ways to Work RNase Free
- 10 Tips For Better DNA Gel Extraction Results
Tips on antibiotic selection, competent cells and gene expression:
- What’s The Problem With Ampicillin Selection?
- Antibiotics Used in Molecular Biology
- E.coli Electroporation vs Chemical Transformation
- Heterologous Gene Expression Problems?
Tips on PCR and DNA ligation: