Everything looks sexier in SideShare

March 5, 2012 at 2:49 pm Leave a comment

If you’ve been following this site for a while, you are well aware that Bio-Rad Laboratories has developed a best-in-class expertise at standard and quantitative DNA amplification techiques. You are also probably aware that the Canadian Biotechnologist contains many great technical posts on DNA amplification techniques such as Applications of MIQE to Real Time Quantitative PCR and Fast qPCR assay optimization and validation techniques for HTS. However, one area that we don’t often touch upon is the muddy waters of amplification reagents and plastics. Why not you may ask? Well, quite frankly, it’s just not that sexy of a topic! Nonetheless, this too is an important part of your amplification experiments and you need to be aware of the many tools that are available to you.

In the slideshare below, you will find Bio-Rad’s amplification consumables guide which will take you from RNA isolation through reverse transcription and qPCR. Whatever your needs, it’s quite likely that you will find the answer in this slideshare. Why slideshare you may ask? Because slideshare makes anything look sexier! (Be sure to maximize the screen for easier reading).

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