New application note gives researchers insights and guidance on maximizing HDR-mediated insertion of short fragments in CRISPR genome editing
The recently published Performance of Low Retention GripTips from INTEGRA demonstrates how these high quality consumables can improve pipetting performance for viscous and low surface tension liquids
JEOL’s ECZ series NMR is used in routine and cutting edge experiments in the fields of polymers, pharmaceuticals, food, batteries, and more.
This 136-page digital notebook is the second edition of the guide and presents 36 updated or entirely new applications developed by PhenoLogix™, Phenomenex’s in-house analytical development group
MALDI imaging is a powerful mass spectrometry technique available with JEOL’s MALDI Imaging SpiralTOF
Early phase drug discovery research requires the highest level of accurate and reproducible testing in order to give you the proof to move confidently forward
A new application brief demonstrates the capabilities of the SPECTROBLUE ICP-OES spectrometer with twin interface plasma observation
Application of Inline Unattended Reaction Sampling for Improved Process Understanding
Sulfur content is a key quality determinant for many petroleum products
An evaluation of the Genevac Rocket 4D Synergy as a potential tool in the process of production scale up in the refinement and extraction of THC oil
This application note describes how the Thermo Scientific™ Theta Probe was used to quantify the chemical composition and hydrogen concentration of an organic coating on a steel substrate.
Sample preparation is required to remove matrix interferences from urine samples prior to LC-MS/MS analysis.
Physical versus physiological energy value of food
So, the time has come to replace that aging instrument sitting in the corner of your lab; the problem is, with only a handful of real market leaders and dozens of cheaper off-shore instruments, how do you select the instrument that best suits your needs?
INTEGRA has published a new white paper that discusses how observing good pipetting practice helps to achieve better results in serial dilution assays
ADwin-Gold-II DAQ system offers high-speed control
Abstract: Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) can cause long term damage to the environment. Two classes of organic molecules have come to the attention of regulators and water treatment authorities in recent years; iodinated X-Ray contrast media (XCM) and artificial sweeteners (AS). These molecules, by design, have a high degree of stability. Aware of the increased abundance of these molecules in waste water, the IWB Water Laboratory set out to develop a robust, simple method to analyse levels of these molecules in water from the river Rhine, ground water and drinking water.
A problem that has gone relatively unnoticed when achieving reliable measurements is that of transpiration. Transpiration is defined as the passage of vapor from within a container to the outside. Transpiration is a systematic error that increases the concentration of a solution as time passes.