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  • iVIEW™ DAB Detection Kit from Ventana

    iVIEW™ DAB Detection Kit from Ventana

    Wednesday, May 08, 2013
    I have used the iVIEW DAB Detection Kit to stain for the presence of various proteins in slides cut from formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) lymphoma tissue. These are then manually scored using ... read more
  • UltraClean™ Tissue RNA Isolation Kit From MoBio Laboratories

    UltraClean™ Tissue RNA Isolation Kit From MoBio Laboratories

    Mo Bio Laboratories, Inc.
    Friday, December 21, 2007
    The purification of high quality RNA from tissues and cells is essential to successfully perform downstream applications in molecular biology such as cloning and quantification of reverse-transcribed ... read more
  • DAB Reagent Set from KPL

    DAB Reagent Set from KPL

    KPL
    Thursday, August 23, 2007
    DAB (3,3’-diaminobenzidine) is the most commonly used amine substrate for histochemical detection of cell surface and intracellular antigens on frozen or embedded tissue sections, cytospins and ... read more
  • UltraClean™ Tissue DNA Kit From Mo Bio Laboratories

    UltraClean™ Tissue DNA Kit From Mo Bio Laboratories

    Mo Bio Laboratories, Inc.
    Friday, February 02, 2007
    The UltraClean™ Tissue DNA Kit is used for isolating pure genomic DNA from animal tissues and in vitro cultured cells. This kit has been tested for brain, lung, mouse-tails, liver, pancreas, heart, ... read more
  • MoBio Laboratories' UltraClean Microbial DNA isolation kit

    MoBio Laboratories' UltraClean Microbial DNA isolation kit

    Mo Bio Laboratories, Inc.
    Friday, September 17, 2004
    The UltraClean Microbial DNA Isolation Kit from MoBio Laboratories is a simple to use kit designed to isolate DNA from yeast, fungi, gram negative and gram positive bacteria. It requires ... read more
  • Mo Bio Laboratories’ UltraClean Endotoxin-Free Plasmid Prep Kit

    Mo Bio Laboratories’ UltraClean Endotoxin-Free Plasmid Prep Kit

    Mo Bio Laboratories, Inc.
    Wednesday, January 15, 2003
    There are a large number of options available to researchers that need to perform plasmid preps using the bacterial strain E.coli. Because I was going to be using my plasmid DNA for transfections, ... read more
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