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A Magnetic Bead Separation Protocol

A Magnetic Bead Separation Protocol

Semi-automated bead cleanup protocol suitable for even the most inexperienced lab tech

Avidien

Magnetic beads for biological research applications have transformed many common laboratory protocols for the better. The cancer research team at Mount Sinai wanted to scale up their experiments, so they purchased a fully automated laboratory robotic system to perform the protocol. However, complex systems require computer programming skills to set up and operate, limiting who in the lab can utilize them for experiments.

Access this white paper to learn how Avidien and Mount Sinai cancer researchers teamed up to create a semi-automated bead cleanup protocol suitable for even the most inexperienced lab tech.