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  • Instructions - UltraCHO™ Medium
    How to use ProCHO medium
  • Instructions – ProCHO Liquid media
    Instructions for use of ProCHO Media
  • Instructions ProCHO powder kits
    Instructions for use of ProCHO Powder kits
  • ProCHO® Protein Expression Media
  • Serum-free Media FFM Part Codes
    2019 change of all RUO Media to FFM production overview of RUO and new FFM part codes (X-VIVO not included)
  • PowerCHO® Protein Expression Media brochure
    Overview of the PoweCHO medium (new PowerCHO Advanced not included)
  • Instructions - PowerCHO™ Medium
    How to use the different PowerCHO™ Media
  • Molt-4 Transfection Protocol - 4D-Nucleofector™ X-Unit
    Instructions of use for transfection of Molt-4 cells with the SF Cell Line 4D-Nucleofector™ X Kit
  • MOLT-4 Transfection Protocol - Nucleofector™ I/II/2b Device Series
    Instructions of use for transfection of MOLT-4 cells with the Cell Line Nucleofector™ Kit L
  • NB-4 Transfection Protocol - Nucleofector™ I/II/2b Device Series
    Instructions of use for transfection of NB-4 cells (DSMZ) with the Cell Line Nucleofector™ Kit V
  • BE02-056Q CHO Xtreme™ Feed CD - Instructions
    BE02-056Q
  • MV-4-11 Transfection Protocol - Nucleofector™ I/II/2b Device Series
    Instructions of use for transfection of MV-4-11 cells with the Cell Line Nucleofector™ Kit L
  • SourceBook Section III - Loading and Running DNA in Agarose Gels
    1. DNA Loading 2. Loading Buffers 3. Optimal Voltage and Electrophoretic Times 4. Fast Running Protocols for High Resolution in MetaPhor® Agarose Gels 5. References
  • SourceBook Section IV - Detection and Sizing of DNA in Agarose Gels
    1. Guide to Lonza Ladders and Markers 2. Detecting DNA with GelStar® and SYBR® Green Nucleic Acid Gel Stains 3. Detecting DNA with Ethidium Bromide 4. High Sensitivity Detection using the FlashGel® System 5. References
  • SourceBook Section XII - Isoelectric Focusing of Proteins on Agarose Gels
    1. Introduction 2. Preparation of Agarose Isoelectric Focusing Gels 3. Running Agarose IEF Gels 4. Staining Proteins in Agarose IEF Gels 5. Press Blot Transfer of Proteins from Agarose IEF Gels 6. Preparative Isoelectric Focusing 7. Immunofixation/Immunoperoxidase or Autoradiography 8. Direct Tissue Isoelectric Focusing 9. Resolution Reference Guide 10. References
  • SourceBook Section VI - Recovery of DNA from Agarose Gels
    1. Tips for Increasing DNA Recovery Efficiency from Agarose Gels 2. b-Agarose Recovery of DNA from Agarose Gels 3. Electroelution of DNA from Agarose Gels 4. Phenol/Chloroform Extraction of DNA from Agarose Gels 5. "Modified Freeze/Squeeze" Extraction of DNA from Agarose Gels 6. Ethanol Precipitation of DNA Recovered from Agarose Gels 7. References
  • SourceBook Section II - Preparation of Agarose Gels
    1. Agarose Selection Guide 2. Agarose and Compatible Techniques 3. Agarose Types 4. Agarose Analytical Specifications 5. Suggested Agarose Concentrations & Dye Migration Information 6. Buffers for Electrophoresis 7. Dissolving Agarose 8. Casting Agarose Gels
  • SourceBook Section VIII - Separation of RNA in Agarose Gels
    1. Introduction 2. Preparation of RNA Samples 3. Buffers for RNA Electrophoresis 4. Electrophoresis of RNA 5. Detection of RNA in Agarose Gels with GelStar® or SYBR® Green II Gel Stains 6. Detecting RNA with Ethidium Bromide 7. Northern Blotting 8. FlashGel® System for RNA Analysis 9. References
  • Instructions - Limulus Amebocyte Lysate (LAL) Kinetic-QCL® (Spanish)
    Detailed instructions for performing the Kinetic-QCL® Kinetic Chromogenic LAL Assay in Spanish
  • SourceBook Section V - In-Gel Reactions
    1. Overview 2. Tips for Increasing the Efficiency of In-Gel Reactions 3. Cloning in the Presence of Agarose 4. Restriction Digestion in the Presence of Agarose 5. DNA Amplification in the Presence of Agarose 6. References
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