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Agarose gel electrophoresis Agarose gel electrophoresis (2) is employed to check the progression of a restriction enzyme digestion, to quickly determine the yield and purity of a DNA isolation or
Restriction digestion Restriction enzyme digestions are performed by incubating double-stranded DNA molecules with an appropriate amount of restriction enzyme, in its respective buffer as recommend
Concentration of DNA by ethanol precipitation Typically, 2.5 - 3 volumes of an ethanol/acetate solution is added to the DNA sample in a microcentrifuge tube, which is placed in an ice-water ba
Phenol extraction of DNA samples Phenol extraction is a common technique used to purify a DNA sample (1). Typically, an equal volume of TE-saturated phenol is added to an aqueous DNA sample in a mi
This guidance is intended to assist sponsors planning to conduct studies to assess theinfluence of renal impairment on the pharmacokinetics of an investigational drug.
 The purpose of an agar salt bridge is to provide an electrical connection to the bath solution while minimizing the transfer of ions or solute from the electrical environment.   Use the
The T3TM Conjugation Kit lets scientists deliver siRNA or miRNA into any cell type they want by conjugating the T3 carrier to an antibody that is specific to a receptor or other extracellular domain s
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