Get To Know: GS-96/60/384/2X48/4830/96 Pro Gradient Touch Thermal Cycler

GS-96/ 60/ 2×48/ 384/ 4830 Gradient Touch Thermal Cycler is a reliable gradient thermal cycler that delivers exceptional thermal performance for great accuracy and reproducibility in nucleic acid amplification with 8 Peltier elements, 4 independent temperature sensors and high ramping rates up to 5oC/sec. GS-96 and GS-60 models come with a standard 96-well x 0.2… Continue reading

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Common FAQ When Choosing Orbital Shaker

Orbital shakers are a critical piece of equipment in almost every lab. Below are the frequently asked questions when selecting open-air orbital shaker. Q1: Which rpms are recommended for my culture (bacteria, fungi, yeasts, cells, algae…)? A1: Recommended rpms for culturing: Bacteria: 250rpm, Fungi: 200rpm, Yeast: 120-300rpm, Insect cells: 100rpm, Algae: 110rpm. These are general… Continue reading

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How to determine the concentration and purity of a DNA sample?

Reliable measurement of DNA concentration and purity is important for many applications in molecular biology where accurate determination of DNA concentration is critical. Impurities in DNA may lead to inaccurate measurement of DNA concentration and could potentially inhibit subsequent labelling reactions. One of the common methods of measuring nucleic acid purity and concentration are spectrophotometric… Continue reading

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Appointment of new Distributor In AUSTRIA

1st  May 2017 We are proud to announce that Lab Consulting. at e.U. is the authorized distributor of Hercuvan in Austria with effective from May 2017. Please find the following website and product range represented by Austria distributor. Company :  LabConsulting.at e.U. Website : www.labconsulting.at Hercuvan Product range :  Gene Series and Table Top Series… Continue reading

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Ideal Handheld Homogenizer for Rapid Sample Preparation

Homogenizers are used for the disruption of various types of material, such as tissue, plant, food, and soil. It is commonly used sample pretreatment tool in laboratories to break down tissue, cells, or DNA into smaller components in order to expose the sample for further study. There are different types of homogenizers, but most people… Continue reading

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