Edvotek™ Diversity of Fish Proteins
Determine the relationship between three fish species based on their protein profiles.
Edvotek™ Purification and Size Determination of Green and Blue Fluorescent Proteins
The unique fluorescent properties of GFP and BFP will be used as an assay during their purification from an E. coli extract.
Edvotek™ Quantitative ELISA Laboratory Activity
Antibodies are highly specific in their recognition of antigens.
Edvotek™ Immunology of Pregnancy Tests
One of the most commonly used over-the-counter diagnostic tests is the pregnancy test, based on the Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA).
Edvotek™ Purification of the Restriction Enzyme Eco RI
In this Edvotek experiment, students actually purify the restriction enzyme, Eco RI.
Edvotek™ Exploring Biotechnology with Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)
Four experimental modules are combined into one experiment to provide a comprehensive biotechnology exploration focusing on the green fluorescent protein (GFP).
Edvotek™ Human PCR Tool Box
Carry out three Polymerase Chain Reactions (PCR) experiments in your class at once.
Edvotek™ Cleavage of Lambda DNA with EcoRI
The DNA from bacteriophage lambda is a well-characterized linear molecule containing six recognition sites for EcoRI (five distinct sites; two very close in size).
Edvotek™ Linking STEM to Agarose Gel Electrophoresis Educational Kit
Help students to learn about application of gel electrophoresis in DNA Fingerprinting, DNA Paternity Testing, Genetics (related to health and well-being), and the detection of Genetically Modified Foods. Edvotek™ Linking STEM to Agarose Gel Electrophoresis kit is supplied with four unique module options.
Edvotek™ Electrophoretic Properties of Native Proteins
Proteins are complex biomolecules with varying charge, size and shape that can be analyzed by agarose gel electrophoresis.
Edvotek™ Transformation of E. coli with Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)
GFP gene was isolated and cloned from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria.
Edvotek™ Cleavage of DNA with Restriction Enzymes
This open-ended laboratory activity allows students to design experiments that will generate specific DNA fragments and determine the accuracy of predicted sizes after separation by agarose gel electrophoresis.
Edvotek™ Introduction to ELISA Reactions Kit
Teaches students the concepts of the Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA).
Kemtec™ Biology Kit: Simulated Urinalysis
Students determine general characteristics of urine sample.
Edvotek™ Sequencing the Human Genome
Use the Internet and included DNA sequence data to sequence the human genome.
Edvotek™ Western Blot Analysis, Polyacrylamide-Based
In Western Blot analysis, protein identification is based on antibody and antigen reactions.
Edvotek™ Radial Immunodiffusion Kit
Introductory-level experiment quantitatively determines the unknown concentration of an antigen.
3B Scientific™ Vacuum Experiment Plate and Bell Jar
Assemble your own vacuum chamber in your classroom.
Edvotek™ The Mystery of the Crooked Cell
Demonstrates detection of the mutation that causes sickle cell anemia.
Edvotek™ Detection of a Simulated Infectious Agent
Tracking an outbreak by understanding the pattern of disease transmission.
Edvotek™ DNA/RNA Microarrays
Membrane microarray technology enables scientists to screen large numbers of samples in one assay.
Edvotek™ Chelating Agent for PCR
Chelating agent required for extraction of DNA to be used for PCR. - See more at: http://www.edvotek.com/629#sthash.x6gi9wtQ.dpuf
Edvotek™ Clinical Diagnostic Immunoblot
Demonstrates a sensitive immunological assay used in research and clinical laboratories to quantify protein antigens.
Edvotek™ Antigen-Antibody Interaction: The Ouchterlony Procedure Kit
Introduce students to the principles of antigen-antibody interactions using the Ouchterlony procedure.
Edvotek™ AIDS Kit I: Simulation of HIV-1 Detection
In this experiment, students will perform an ELISA test by coating microtiter plate wells with simulated HIV antigen and then test simulated donor serum for anti-HIV antibodies.