Announcing New Labware Series: Disposable Gel Cutting Tips

Hercuvan Disposable Gel Cutting Tips are specially designed to offer convenience and user-friendly operation to excise nucleic acid and protein bands from gels. It allows safe band removal and free from contamination. Furthermore, using sharp scalpels may damage the transilluminators and gel trays. The gel band is neatly extracted and contained in the tip, followed… Continue reading

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Post-Event: Hercuvan Products Featured at 8th RCMM, UMBI KL, Malaysia (19-20 Sep 2018)

20 September 2018 Hercuvan participated in the 8th Regional Conference on Molecular Medicine (RCMM), UMBI KL, Malaysia from 19-20th September 2018. The event was in conjunction with 4th National Conference for Cancer Research (NCCR). “We’re very pleased to be part of the conference which gave us the golden opportunity to interact with customers from these… Continue reading

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Get to Know: Gradient Touch Thermal Cycler

GS-96/ 60/ 9677/ 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 5 ℃/sec. GS-96 and GS-60 models come with a standard 96-well… Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Centrifuge for Your Lab

There are various types of centrifuge in the market and it may seem confusing with all kinds of specifications, shapes and sizes. Here we list some crucial factors you should be considering when selecting the ideal centrifuge for your lab. What kind of sample are you working with? Some centrifuges are designed for specific functions… Continue reading

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Basic Principles of Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis

You may have heard of DGGE which is the short for Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis and wondering what this technique is or whether you will ever need to apply this in your research. You probably do not need to use this but it never hurts to gain more knowledge on this powerful molecular biology technique… Continue reading

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