DNA/RNA Analysis

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Qubit vs Nanodrop: Which Is Better?

When it comes to quantifying nucleic acids, there are two preferred main platforms: the Qubit and the Nanodrop. Both work slightly differently and have...
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What Percentage Agarose Is Required For Electrophoresis?

In this article, I will explain how an agarose gel works to separate nucleic acids during electrophoresis. Also, I will discuss how to select...
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How Does Bisulfite Pyrosequencing Work?

What is bisulfite pyrosequencing? Bisulfite, also referred to as bisulphite, pyrosequencing is a technique used to quantify DNA methylation levels on DNA at a single-base...

How To Make 0.5M EDTA pH 8.0

About EDTA solution Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) solution, at 0.5 M pH 8.0, is a commonly used solution utilised as a ligand and chelating agent. EDTA...

How To Make TBE Buffer

About TBE buffer TBE buffer, named so because of the three ingredients of Tris base, Boric acid and EDTA, is a solution commonly used as...

5 Vital Tips For Perfect RNA Extraction Using TRIzol

RNA extraction using TRIzol is one of the most common molecular biology techniques used in the lab. Compared to spin column methods, it requires...

Load An Agarose Gel In Minutes With Parafilm

When you come to load an agarose gel with your DNA/PCR samples, you will first need to mix them with a loading buffer. The...

Guide To Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

If you are using DNA or doing PCR’s in your research, then you can guarantee you need to make up agarose gels at some...
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8 Tips For Using The Nanodrop To Measure DNA/RNA

Personally, I believe the Nanodrop is one of the most important, underrated pieces of equipment in the lab. By using just 1 μL of...

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