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  • Biotin Chromogenic Detection Kit From Fermentas

    Biotin Chromogenic Detection Kit From Fermentas

    Fermentas
    Wednesday, December 02, 2009
    The Biotin Chromogenic Detection Kit by Fermentas was a developed for the detection of biotinylated nucleic acid fragments through the manipulation of the streptavidin-biotin interaction system. ... read more
  • Biotin DecaLabel™ DNA Labeling Kit From Fermentas

    Biotin DecaLabel™ DNA Labeling Kit From Fermentas

    Fermentas
    Monday, November 23, 2009
    The Biotin DecaLabel™ DNA Labeling Kit manufactured by Fermentas is a good alternative to radiolabeling for DNA in a variety of hybridization procedures. It is inherently safer than... read more
  • DNA-free™ Kit From Applied Biosystems

    DNA-free™ Kit From Applied Biosystems

    Life Technologies
    Tuesday, January 20, 2009
    RNA-based analysis methods such as RT-PCR, microarray analysis and Northerns are now a mainstay application in many labs. In order to achieve both accurate and reliable results, it is... read more
  • Riboprobe® in vitro Transcription Systems From Promega

    Riboprobe® in vitro Transcription Systems From Promega

    Promega
    Monday, May 05, 2008
    Our lab performs in situ hybridization on a regular basis using RNA probes. We work with frozen sections of postmortem hippocampus from subjects with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. After dipping ... read more
  • RiboMAX Large Scale RNA Production Systems (SP6 and T7) From Promega

    RiboMAX Large Scale RNA Production Systems (SP6 and T7) From Promega

    Promega
    Friday, February 22, 2008
    I used this kit to produce RNA for injecting into Xenopus embryos. In order to transcribe RNA, your DNA template should be linearized prior to in vitro transcription. After linearization, DNA should ... read more
  • Rediprime™ II Random-Prime DNA Labeling System From GE Healthcare

    Rediprime™ II Random-Prime DNA Labeling System From GE Healthcare

    GE Healthcare Life Sciences
    Friday, August 10, 2007
    The use of radioactively labeled DNA probes is still the most sensitive method for detection of genes in Southern and Northern blots. Due to the relatively long emission times of radioactive probes in... read more
  • TrueLabeling-AMP™ 2.0 Kit From SuperArray Biosciences

    TrueLabeling-AMP™ 2.0 Kit From SuperArray Biosciences

    QIAGEN - Sample & Assay Technologies
    Wednesday, November 22, 2006
    The TrueLabeling-AMP™ 2.0 Kit from SuperArray Biosciences is used to make biotin-labeled cRNA target probes from total RNA; labeled probes are then used for hybridization to oligo arrays. As stated ... read more
  • The DIG RNA Labeling Kit SP6/T7 From Roche

    The DIG RNA Labeling Kit SP6/T7 From Roche

    Roche Applied Science
    Tuesday, July 18, 2006
    The DIG RNA Labeling Kit is based on the in vitro transcription of a template cDNA. cDNA is cloned into the polylinker site of a transcription vector (supplied) containing SP6 and T7 promoters. ... read more
  • PCR-TRAP Cloning System from GenHunter

    PCR-TRAP Cloning System from GenHunter

    GenHunter
    Wednesday, June 27, 2001
    The PCR-TRAP Cloning System is an extremely efficient way to clone very small amounts of PCR product. This system uses a third generation cloning vector that features a positive-selection for DNA ... read more
  • Ambion’s Strip-EZ Probe Synthesis and Removal Kits

    Ambion’s Strip-EZ Probe Synthesis and Removal Kits

    Life Technologies
    Wednesday, May 02, 2001
    The Strip-EZ technology from Ambion involves synthesizing DNA and RNA probes that can be easily removed from nucleic acid blots. Ambion currently offers the Strip-EZ technology in four different kits... read more
  • GenHunter’s RNAimage Kit

    GenHunter’s RNAimage Kit

    GenHunter
    Tuesday, April 03, 2001
    Differential Display is a powerful technology that can be used to visualize differences in gene expression between or among different cells or tissues. This technology works by the systematic ... read more
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