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Pete Jones

I have a PhD in Molecular Biology form the University of Nottingham and am now a post-doc in the Department of Cardiovascular Sciences at the University of Leicester. I use molecular biology, biochemistry and cell biology approaches to understand the basic mechanisms of cardiovascular disease.

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Isoelectric Focusing: A Simple Way to Enhance Your Protein Separation

By Pete Jones | November 5, 2021

Isoelectric focusing is a way of separating proteins and peptides based on their isoelectric point. Read all about this method and its applications right here.


Sonication – 7 Tips for Mastering the Art

By Pete Jones | September 22, 2016

Sonication is mostly used during preparation of protein extracts to help break apart the cell. Although most lysis buffers have buckets of detergent that lyse cell membranes, sonication just gives an extra hand in breaking everything apart. Sonication also breaks up, or shears, DNA in a sample—preventing if from interfering with further sample preparation. Have…

A road showing the path to get started with CRISPR

CRISPR Genome Editing: What You Need to Know to Get Started

By Pete Jones | July 9, 2016

Get some ideas on what CRISPR can do for you and what using it involves.

How to Find Your Mutated Cells After Using CRISPR-Cas Genome Editing

How to Find Your Mutated Cells After Using CRISPR-Cas Genome Editing

By Pete Jones | July 9, 2016

After you’ve generated your mutuations using CRISPR-Cas, the next step is to identify those cells that have been successfully edited. There are a few different ways to check for the mutations. I’m going to discuss some of the more popular ones.

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