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  • Custom Oligonucleotides From Integrated DNA Technologies

    Custom Oligonucleotides From Integrated DNA Technologies

    Integrated DNA Technologies
    Wednesday, May 21, 2008
    Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) synthesizes custom DNA and RNA sequences to order. As a molecular biologist, I buy a lot of primers. Most of my purchases from IDT have been pretty straightforward ... read more
  • Oligonucleotide/Primer Synthesis From Invitrogen

    Oligonucleotide/Primer Synthesis From Invitrogen

    Life Technologies
    Monday, October 22, 2007
    Oligonucleotides and primers are used in a variety of molecular biology methods, e.g. hybridization to detect specific DNA and RNA sequences or for amplification in PCR reactions. The accuracy and the... 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
  • 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
  • Custom DNA Oligo Synthesis From Invitrogen

    Custom DNA Oligo Synthesis From Invitrogen

    Life Technologies
    Monday, April 16, 2007
    DNA oligos are often required in molecular biology for use as primers or probes. Rather than synthesize these products in the lab, they can be ordered from companies that specialize in providing ... read more
  • 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
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