Join us in this webinar as Dr. Victoria Doronina helps you determine the quality of your nucleic acids. In this webinar you will learn:
- How to choose the best method to extract your nucleic acids
- Which method you should chose to determine nucleic acid quality
- How to avoid common pitfalls for both extraction and quality control
Virtually all experiments in the molecular biology lab require high quality, pure nucleic acids as a starting material. This sounds simple enough. However, as always, the trouble is in the details. There are several methods to isolate your nucleic acids. But which one is best for your experiment? How do you determine nucleic acid quality? And why does it seem to not be working?
Victoria Doronina, Ph.D.Technical Officer, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Victoria Doronina has graduated from Belarusian State University in Minsk, Belarus. Then as a recipient of The Darwin Trust scholarship, she did her PhD at the University of Edinburgh, UK under the supervision of Prof Noreen Murray. After that Dr. Doronina had worked as a postdoc in several Russell Group Universities in the molecular and cellular biology of protein translation. Currently, she is a Technical Officer at the Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.