Miscellaneous Biotechniques

Our Bioscience Excellence Miscellaneous Biotechniques Kits cover a selection of widely used techniques that are commonly employed in today's research laboratories.  These techniques include an introduction to fatty acids, lipids and membranes, electroelution of DNA, RNA or protein, microdialysis, protein labeling and cross-linking, and RNA isolation.   

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Dialysis

Dialysis is a routinely used technique in research laboratories to “change” the solution a biomolecule is dissolved in.  Often the buffers used to isolate biomolecules, such as protei..

Electroelution

Nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) and proteins are routinely resolved by electrophoresis, which separates molecules based on size and/or charge.  Following electrophoresis, the molecules need to be ext..

Fatty Acids, Lipids & Membranes

Membranes play a crucial role in cells by enclosing specific compartments and regulating the entry and exit of metabolites and other crucial components in and out of a cell.  They also play a key..

Protein Cross-linking

A single protein molecule rarely carries out its role in the body on its own.  Many proteins and cofactors are often involved and act as regulators, activators or inhibitors of the protein’..

Protein Labeling

Protein labeling is an important technique that allows researchers to study a protein’s location, movement and interactions within a living cell.  The most common labels used are fluoresc..

RNA Isolation

RNA isolation is an important tool in understanding gene and protein expression regulation. The RNA Isolation kit is a safe RNA isolation kit as it does not utilize toxic phenol or chloroform. Each ..