Quantcast
Skip to content

Suganth Kannan

I am the President and CEO of MathforUS LLC, a company offering services in biotechnology, mathematical modelling, forecasting methods, and business consulting. I have organized and moderated a symposium at the annual meeting of the Florida Entomological Society and have published papers and served as a committee member at international conferences. My goal is to improve the quality of discoveries by scientists and businesses by providing solutions to their problems and bottlenecks. This will permit them to focus on their research and their creativity.
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mathforus.us
Phone: 1-954-999-3271

Discover more about Suganth on their professional profiles

Articles by Suganth Kannan

Fingers "walking" up wooden blocks arranged as steps, representing the steps in Ct values from a qPCR experiment, analysed by double delta Ct analysis

4 Easy Steps to Analyze Your qPCR Data Using Double Delta Ct Analysis

By Suganth Kannan | March 11, 2021

New to qPCR? Here’s a quick summary of one of the two most common analysis methods – double delta Ct analysis.

Demystifying REBASE and NEBcutter

Demystifying REBASE and NEBcutter

By Suganth Kannan | September 12, 2016

Two years ago, all I knew was third BASE in my baseball field and the cutter ball from the pitcher. Now, I know a lot more about lab-based BASES and cutters: REBASE and NEBcutter. While they sound like baseball terms, REBASE and NEBcutter are tools for working with restriction enzymes. Read on to find out…

Are You Ready for Your First qPCR?

Are You Ready for Your First qPCR?

By Suganth Kannan | July 9, 2016

Hope you had a heavy breakfast, because the first qPCR is going to take time. Did you remember to fill your coffee cup? There are a lot of intricacies in qPCR that will need your neural networks to be brisk. How qPCR differs from traditional PCR Unlike traditional PCR, qPCR measures the amplification of DNA…

Six Facts About Restriction Enzymes

Six Facts About Restriction Enzymes

By Suganth Kannan | July 9, 2016

When restrictions come in the form of paperwork and approvals, we detest them. Whereas, when the restrictions come in the form of enzymes, we love them, don’t we? Restriction enzymes play a key role in biotechnology research. Read ahead for six useful facts about restriction enzymes.  1.  Restriction enzymes are helpful to bacteria Restriction enzymes…

Scroll To Top