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  • How Much Template Should We Add to My PCR Reaction?

    How Much Template Should We Add to My PCR Reaction?

    Even though in theory, one molecule of the template would be sufficient, considerably larger amounts of DNA are typically used for a classic PCR, for example, up to 1 µg of genomic mammalian DNA and as little as 1 pg of plasmid DNA. The optimal amount depends largely on the number of copies of t...
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  • PCR Workflows (Quality Enhancement Through Standardization)

    PCR Workflows (Quality Enhancement Through Standardization)

    The standardization of processes includes their optimization and subsequent establishment and harmonization, allowing long-term optimal performance – independent of the user. Standardization ensures high-quality results, as well as their reproducibility and comparability. The goal of (classic) P...
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  • Nucleic Acid Extraction and the Magnetic Bead Method

    Nucleic Acid Extraction and the Magnetic Bead Method

    Introduction What is Nucleic Acid Extraction? In the very simplest of terms, nucleic acid extraction is the removal of the RNA and/or DNA from a sample and all the excess that is not necessary. The process of extraction isolates the nucleic acids from a sample and yields them in the form of a con...
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  • How to Choose the Right Cryogenic Storage Vial for your Laboratory

    How to Choose the Right Cryogenic Storage Vial for your Laboratory

    What are Cryovials? Cryogenic storage vials are small, capped and cylindrical containers designed for storing and preserving samples at ultra-low temperatures. Although traditionally these vials have been made from glass, now they are much more commonly made from polypropylene for convenience an...
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  • Is There an Alternative Way to Dispose of Expired Reagent Plates?

    Is There an Alternative Way to Dispose of Expired Reagent Plates?

    APPLICATIONS OF USE Since the reagent plate’s invention in 1951, it has become essential in many applications; including clinical diagnostics, molecular biology and cell biology, as well as in food analysis and pharmaceutics. The importance of the reagent plate shouldn’t be understated as r...
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  • How to Seal a PCR Plate

    How to Seal a PCR Plate

    Introduction PCR plates, a staple of the laboratory for many years, are becoming even more prevalent in the modern setting as laboratories scale up their throughput and increasingly employ automation within their workflows. Achieving these objectives whilst preserving the accuracy and integrity ...
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  • The importance of PCR sealing plate film

    The importance of PCR sealing plate film

    The revolutionary polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique has made a significant contribution to the advancement in human knowledge in multiple areas of research, diagnostics and forensics. The principles of standard PCR involve amplification of a DNA sequence of interest in a sample, and after...
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  • The Global Pipette Tips Market size is expected to reach $1.6 billion by 2028, rising at a market growth of 4.4% CAGR during the forecast period

    The Global Pipette Tips Market size is expected to reach $1.6 billion by 2028, rising at a market growth of 4.4% CAGR during the forecast period

    Micropipette tips may also be used by a microbiology lab testing industrial products to dispense testing materials like paint and caulk. Each tip has a different maximum microliter capacity, ranging from 0.01ul to 5mL. The clear, plastic-molded pipette tips are designed to make it simple to see t...
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