Learn More Markers and Reagents for DNA Analysis
Here is a short description of markers and reagents that are more commonly used for DNA analysis. DNA molecular weight markers Ambion offers basic DNA molecular weight markers for routine analysis of end point PCR, restriction digests, or other analyses on native agarose gels.
Predesigned TaqMan™ Copy Number Assays are ideal for analysis of copy number variation (CNV) and smaller regions in human and mouse genomes. CNV is an important polymorphism associated with diseases such as cancer, immune diseases and neurological disorders as well as drug metabolism.
Learn More Tips for Optimizing Bacterial Array Analysis
Sassetti C, Rubin EJ. (2002) Genome analyses of microbial virulence. Curr Opin Microbiol 5: 27-32. Cummings CA, Rehlman DA. (2000) Using DNA microarrays to study host-microbe interactions. Emerg Inf Dis 6: 513-25. Staudinger BJ, Oberdoerster MA, Lewis PJ, Rosen H.
Learn More Magnets
Order now The strongest magnets we offer, these magnets are designed and certified for use with Dynabeads Designed with ergonomics in mind Options to accommodate most working volumes, Dynabeads are used to perform gentle tube-based isolation and purification of small molecules including cells.
Order now The strongest magnets we offer, these magnets are designed and certified for use with Dynabeads Designed with ergonomics in mind Options to accommodate most working volumes, If you use Dynabeads you can avoid background noise without any pre-clearing.
Tissue macrophages can be derived from monocytes. When isolated from blood and cultured in media with serum, adherent monocytes will differentiate into macrophages. For a pure macrophage culture, we recommend that you add factors such as M-CSF.
Typically, in order to isolate high quality RNA, the tissue has to be processed immediately after harvest. Ambion's patented RNA later ™ Tissue Collection: RNA Stabilization Solution makes it possible for researchers to postpone RNAlater® for days, weeks, or even months after tissue collection...
Learn More Stainless Steel Support Systems
The Thermo Scientific HyPerformaSmartainer 3.0 systems are durable outer support containers made of stainless steel and used in conjunction with single-use BioProcess Containers (BPCs) for storage and in-house liquid handling operations of large-volume, sterile process liquids.
Learn More Biotinylation
We offer a wide range of biotin and desthiobiotin labeling reagents for targeting specific functional groups or residues, including primary amines and sulfhydryls on proteins, peptides, antibodies and other biomolecules.
Learn More Summit Accessories and Options
Select an article below for information about a Summit Spectrometer sampling accessory or the purge kit., OMNIC Paradigm Guides and Tutorials OMNIC Paradigm How-to Videos, Nicolet Summit Guides and Tutorials FTIR Spectroscopy Academy, Purging the spectrometer with dry air or nitrogen protects the...
Learn More iNKT Cell Identification Protocol
Invariant natural killer T (iNKT) cells secrete a wide variety of cytokines and rapidly respond to lipid antigenic stimulation [1–2] . They are a CD1d-restricted population of T cells which can be uniquely identified based on the expression of CD1d T cell receptors (TCRs) as well as typical T...
Download PDF version, Genome editing in induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) has been demonstrated to be highly effective for generating disease models for both monogenic and complex genetic disorders.
Learn More Digestion of Methylated DNA
DNA methylation is the process of transferring a methyl group from a donor molecule to either a cytosine or an adenine by DNA methyltransferases. Such methylation is the most common and abundant DNA modification process in living organisms.
Learn More Protocols for Oligonucleotides
Review selected protocols that are commonly used to spectrophotometrically quantify the concentration of an oligonucleotide or primer solution; how to concentrate or precipitate an oligo; how to PAGE purify oligos; or how to build adaptors with your oligos.
(See a list of the products featured in this article.) DNA, RNA, and proteins are typically quantified using fluorescence or UV absorbance. Previous studies have shown that measurements using selective fluorescent stains are far more accurate and sensitive than those that rely on UV absorbance,...