Summer Student Tutorial: Western Blotting

July 2, 2013 at 2:36 pm Leave a comment

Summer is here, and with summer comes the beloved summer student. While we all believe in the value of education, unfortunately, we may not have enough time on our hands dedicated to training these fresh recruits. That’s where The Canadian Biotechnologist can help! Over the next several weeks, we will post helpful videos and tips and tricks that summer students, (and other lab folks requiring a refresher), can view at their leisure without being rushed by preoccupied lab techs and graduate students. A true win-win for everyone involved.

This week we present the basics of Western Blotting. This is an essential technique for all molecular biologists and protein biochemists and the material in this video is very clear and easy to understand. If you find the video useful, please be sure to share it with your friends.

If there are other tutorials that you are interested in, please let us know and we will do our best to post it in this space as soon as possible.

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