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Molecular Biology Resource Library–Thermo Scientific
Welcome to the Thermo Scientific resource library. This page contains valuable links and supporting resources for standard molecular biology techniques, as well as specialty applications. It also provides easy access to a large variety of Thermo Scientific webinars, videos, articles, and more.
Links to help you find the right Thermo Scientific product for your specific project
Information covering techniques including qPCR, mutagenesis, sequencing, epigenetics, in vitro transcription, genotyping, labeling, and detection
Educational presentations focused on a variety of scientific techniques and solutions
Online tools for analyzing primers, setting up reactions, and performing biochemical conversions and calculations
Thermo Scientific Maxima First Strand cDNA Synthesis Kits with double-stranded DNase combine genomic DNA elimination and cDNA synthesis into a simple, one–tube workflow that can be completed in as few as 15 minutes.
There are two protocols with the Thermo Scientific Direct PCR Kits: the direct protocol and the dilution and storage protocol. In this video, we will briefly demonstrate how they work.
In this video, we will demonstrate how to amplify DNA directly from an unpurified sample using Thermo Scientific Direct PCR Kits. The master mix format enables robust PCR that can be completed in less than 30 minutes.
Nucleic acid electrophoresis
When running agarose gel electrophoresis, problems can arise from the following usage areas: improper gel preparation, overloading the gel, and inappropriate electrophoresis parameters. In this video, we will take a look at them one by one.
The Thermo Scientific CloneJET PCR Cloning Kit is an advanced positive selection system for high-efficiency cloning of PCR products generated with any thermostable DNA polymerase. Any other blunt or sticky-end DNA fragment can be cloned.
Restriction and modifying enzymes
Our Center of Excellence for Molecular Biology located in Vilnius, Lithuania is the world leader in the field of enzyme research and development, where over 30% of all known restriction enzymes were discovered/characterized.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.