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TPP Cell and Tissue Culture PlasticWare
TPP Cultureware from MIDSCI ® improves cell health and provides reliable experimental results.
Flatter, more consistent growth surface for
a more consistent monolayer
Integrated vents ensure even temperature
distribution when stacked
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Although a seemingly easy decision, choosing the right cold storage equipment is critical for protecting your valuable samples and reagents. Improperly stored samples can cost weeks, if not months, of lost work and thousands of dollars. To this end, it is worth taking a closer look at your options when choosing the right kind of freezer for your valuable research samples. In this post we discuss what to consider when buying a low and ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezer.
MIDSCI is proud to announce a partnership with PerkinElmer. MIDSCI now exclusively offers Perkin Elmer’s Victor line of plate readers. We also carry ECLreagents and a family of homogeneous, no-wash, luciferase assays.
There are a number of cell proliferation assays and each measure the number of cells via a different method: number of cell division, DNA synthesis, metabolic activity, antigens associated with cell proliferation and ATP concentration. Here we briefly highlight a few of the more common assays to measure proliferation, viability, and cytotoxicity. We also highlight some key features of bioluminescence-based detection of intracellular ATP concentrations as a measure of cell number.
This two part guide was put together to assist you in the troubleshooting of PCR reactions in the event that there was no product produced or a product of the wrong size was produced. In the first post, we discussed various optimization strategies to get a good product yield of the appropriate size.
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