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Quantity One Imaging Software Video Tutorial

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 01-04-2012

Learn how to use Quantity One Imaging Software from Bio-Rad Laboratories.

An Advanced Look at Droplet Digital PCR

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 12-07-2011

As a follow up to our video introduction to droplet digital PCR we are proud to present you with an advanced video presentation on droplet digital PCR technology. Please have a look and let us know what you think!

Video Introduction to Droplet Digital PCR

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 12-05-2011

As a follow up to Bio-Rad’s acquisition of QuantaLife, we are proud to present the following educational training video: “An Introduction to Droplet Digital PCR”, given by award winning field application specialist Dr. Sean Taylor.

Be sure to stay tuned for the advanced training video which will be posted in the near future.

Introducing the 3rd Generation of PCR

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 12-01-2011

QuantaLife, which was recently acquired by Bio-Rad Laboratories, produces an innovative droplet digital PCR system that provides quantification of target molecules with unprecedented precision and sensitivity. In the videos that follow, QuantaLife’s VP of Application Development Dr. Serge Saxonov, introduces Droplet Digitalâ„¢ PCR and explains various aspects of the technology.

Protein blotting guide for novice and advanced users

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 11-15-2011

Protein blotting is a staple technique of most molecular biology and proteomics laboratories. In previous posts, we discussed topics such as semi-dry protein transfer and protein transfer methods, and we even did a multi-part series on western blotting.

Now, we are proud to present you with a 43 page protein blotting guide put together by Bio-Rad Laboratories. The guide is organized into two parts which cover the theory and methods behind protein blotting. You will learn topics such as methods and instrumentation, the difference between various membranes and tranfer buffers, the ins and outs of transfer conditions, detection and imaging and a host of different blotting and detection protocols.

The guide is fairly technical and is appropriate for both novice and advanced users alike.

Click on the link to download the Protein Blotting Guide now.