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  • Corning Costar Transwell Supports

    Corning Costar Transwell Supports

    Corning Life Sciences
    Wednesday, February 08, 2006
    Submitted by:
    Amy Bellmeyer, M.S.
    Research Technician/Northwestern University

    When I first began culturing cells on microporous membrane supports I opted for the cheapest supports I could buy, but ... read more
  • Compat-Able Protein Assay Kit From Pierce

    Compat-Able Protein Assay Kit From Pierce

    Thermo Scientific Pierce Protein Research Products
    Thursday, November 02, 2006
    I typically use the BCA assay method to determine the concentration of protein samples. The protein that I am currently studying tends to aggregate and, after following an approach described in a ... read more
  • Transwell® Polycarbonate Membrane Inserts From Corning Life Sciences

    Transwell® Polycarbonate Membrane Inserts From Corning Life Sciences

    Corning Life Sciences
    Friday, May 04, 2007
    Corning Transwell® Membrane Inserts are polycarbonate, polyester (PET) microporous membranes held in a well by an insert. The Transwell® system permits... read more
  • Quick Start™ Bradford Protein Assay Kits From Bio-Rad

    Quick Start™ Bradford Protein Assay Kits From Bio-Rad

    Bio-Rad
    Tuesday, July 17, 2007
    The Quick Start™ Bradford protein assay is a fast, robust and simple one-step method for measuring protein concentrations samples in a variety of solutions. The Bradford method measures... read more
  • Bio-Rad Protein Assay Dye Reagent Concentrate

    Bio-Rad Protein Assay Dye Reagent Concentrate

    Bio-Rad
    Tuesday, September 25, 2007
    The Bradford method is a common means for measuring the protein concentration in almost every molecular biology lab. I have been using the Quick Start™ Bradford reagent for the past 8 years to ... read more
  • 0.1 to 2 µL Lambda® Single Channel Pipettor From Corning

    0.1 to 2 µL Lambda® Single Channel Pipettor From Corning

    Corning Life Sciences
    Tuesday, September 25, 2007
    Working in a biology or chemistry laboratory involves the handling of various volumes of liquid solutions. These can vary from many liters to just few microliters. When it comes to the later case, ... read more
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