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How one fusion with many ligands
can streamline protein studies.
The NanoLuc® Luciferase offers improved high intensity, glow-type luminescence.
Each reverse transcriptase has specific characteristics. How do you choose the right one for your application?
RNA Purification from BioMatrica RNAgard® Blood Tubes Using the Maxwell® 16 LEV simplyRNA Blood Kit
Differentiating Changes in Glutathione Levels from Cytotoxic Events Using Multiplexed Assays
An Image-Based Method for Real-Time Monitoring of Cytotoxicity Using CellTox™ Green Dye and the Essen Bioscience IncuCyte™ FLR Live Content Imaging System
A TEV Protease Compatible with Inhibitory Compounds from Protein Purification
High-Quality RNA from Peripheral Blood and Bone Marrow Samples After Automated Extraction on a Maxwell®16 Instrument
QuantiFluor® ONE dsDNA Dye
QuantiFluor® ONE dsDNA System
When expressing your protein in a cell-free system, make sure the combination of promoter and DNA conformation is appropriate. For example, the T7 RNA polymerase promoter may express better in a linearized template while the SP6 promoter transcribes better in a circular DNA.
by Ed Himelblau