Ensuring the quality of a DNA sample is vital when carrying out a human genetics study. Sequencing and amplification processes require samples free of contamination and with a minimum degree of degradation, and guaranteeing these conditions begins at the time of taking the sample.
In this Flow cytometry protocol we describe a powerful tool that has applications in multiple disciplines such as immunology, virology, molecular biology, cancer biology and infectious disease monitoring.
Sensors based on nanochannels consist of the alteration of the ionic flow through a nanopore by the presence of unique analytes that cross it under the application of an external potential. This principle has been applied to the detection of single molecules such as DNA, RNA, Peptides or proteins or in this case, the MMP-9 biomarker.
In this e-book, we summarize what are the great scientific discoveries in biosciences of 2023, focusing specifically on the fields of biomedicine, biochemistry, and genetics. The unstoppable advance of innovation on which modern society is built does not stop at...
How saliva samples enable quality genetic analysis. Discover the future of sample collection and the advantages of saliva over blood in our whitepaper.
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This protocol describes the steps for performing a CLIA test. Please be aware that the protocol may need to be optimized for different cells, products, target proteins, etc.
The integration of value-added services as a key feature of a more efficient mass sequencing.
This immunocytochemistry protocol describes the steps for performing the immunocitochemistry method on samples of intact cells that have had most, if not all, of their surrounding extracellular matrix removed. Immunocytochemistry (ICC) is a technique used to assess...
This immunohistochemistry protocol describes the steps for performing the immunohistochemistry method with paraffin-embedded tissue sections.