Fisher BioReagents Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (SDS) reagent is now offered in a pellet form which serves as a great alternative to the powder form of SDS for your research involving assessment of protein size and purity.
Introducing the most common bacteriological growth media, now available in granulated form, minimizing dusting and inhalation exposure. These media are carefully formulated for the propagation and maintenance of E. coli strains and are used in various molecular biology applications.
Fisher BioReagents Absolute Ethanol (200 proof) is an ultrapure molecular biology grade ethanol used for the purification and precipitation of biomolecules such as nucleic acids and proteins.
Buffers for Life Sciences Research. CellPURE Biological Buffers | JustPURE “Good” Buffers | Core Essential Buffers
Purity Grades for every application. This flyer includes a listing of material grades along with a definition for each grade.
Molecular diagnostics is the fastest-growing field of laboratory science. Fisher BioReagents products are ultrapure and tested for molecular applications.
This guide is designed to help you select the right products from our best-in-class array of laboratory equipment and bioreagents.
The most direct method for assessing the relative molecular weight (Mr ) of denatured polypeptide chains and the purity of a protein preparation.
SurePrep Purification Kits for Isolating RNA, DNA and Proteins Clinical, Forensics and Medical Research.
Fisher BioReagents has developed a new ultrapure Isopropanol, Molecular Biology Grade that can be used in fundamental applications.
Each restriction enzyme is optimized at the 1X concentration. This table may be used to select the best buffer for digestions with multiple enzymes.
This guide contains a list of OPTIZYME Reaction Buffers including the buffer composition, part number and the pH @ 37 C.
This guide contains recognition sequences and sources for OPTIZYME Restriction Enzymes.
The table below summarizes the effects of Dam, Dcm and CpG methylation on OPTIZYME restriction enzyme sensitivity.
The table below lists the activities of OPTIZYME restriction enzymes when their target sites are located close to the ends of PCR products.
This guide for Digestion of Agarose Embedded DNA includes a listing of units of enzymes needed for DNA cleavage in 16 h.
The table lists the enzymes that may exhibit star activity, especially under reaction conditions that deviate from those recommended.
Incomplete Digestion or no Digestion. Table includes a listing of possible causes and recommended solutions.
Troubleshooting Guide for DNA Digestion: Unexpected Cleavage Pattern and Gel Shift. Table lists possible causes and recommended solutions.
This troubleshooting guide for cloning includes a listing for problems, causes and solutions.
Antibiotics and antimycotics can be used to ensure successful growth of cells by eliminating unwanted fungi while maintaining the health the cells.