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Summertime is over, but high outside temperature or not, you still need to defrost your samples for gels, Western blots and ELISAs. Let’s recap a good practice for freezing and thawing your samples. Each freeze/thaw cycle causes biomolecule ...

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I love using fluorescent antibodies instead of the old-fashioned (well, I think they are) HRP-conjugated ones for Western Blots. If you work with dye-conjugated antibodies, you don't stress over guessing the right exposure time, while your time’s ...

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The Matrix: more than just a futuristic sci-fi movie, the matrix can have a confounding effect on your ELISA results.  Interactions between your protein of interest and other components in the sample, called matrix effects, can result in erroneous ...

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