Explore how parallel capillary electrophoresis provides quality control for in vitro transcription RNA synthesis.
Quality Control for In Vitro Transcription RNA Synthesis
Parallel capillary electrophoresis is an extremely sensitive, reliable, and high throughput method for checking RNA synthesis quality.
Quality Control for In Vitro Transcription RNA Synthesis
Quality Control for In Vitro Transcription RNA Synthesis

Parallel capillary electrophoresis is an extremely sensitive, reliable, and high throughput method for checking RNA synthesis quality.

Parallel capillary electrophoresis is an extremely sensitive, reliable, and high throughput method for checking RNA synthesis quality.

qPCR
Streamline qPCR for Better Data
Streamlining qPCR Through Standardization
The Scientist Creative Services Team and Bio-Rad Laboratories | May 4, 2022
The importance of standardization for research and diagnostic result reproducibility
Improve qPCR Efficiency and Reproducibility
The Components of Effective qPCR
The Scientist Creative Services Team and Bio-Rad Laboratories | Apr 18, 2022
Putting the pieces together for molecular diagnostics and infectious disease research
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Viral Nucleic Acid Purification in a Single Spin
The Scientist Creative Services Team and MilliporeSigma | Apr 6, 2022
A simple nucleic acid extraction approach quickly purifies genomic viral RNA and DNA while minimizing cross-contamination risks.
Discover How ddPCR Outperforms qPCR
A Better Way to Perform PCR
Bio-Rad Laboratories | Mar 23, 2022
Researchers turn to ddPCR for accurate nucleic acid quantification during biotherapeutic development.
Determine RNA quality and quantity with automated electrophoresis instruments
Empower RNA Research
Agilent | Mar 10, 2022
Automated electrophoresis instruments perform reliable RNA sample quality control and fragment analysis.
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Thinking Digital: When qPCR Doesn’t Make the Cut
The Creative Services Team in collaboration with Bio-Rad Laboratories | Oct 20, 2021
Bio-Rad experts Eddy van Collenburg and Jörg Bantin will discuss where your research can greatly benefit from using ddPCR rather than qPCR, as well as how to ensure a seamless transition to ddPCR.
Discover Good Laboratory RT-qPCR Practices for Virus Detection
Finetuning RT-qPCR Workflows to Reliably Detect SARS-CoV-2
LGC Biosearch Technologies | Sep 14, 2021
An integrated guide to maximize RT-qPCR success rates for viral detection assays
Accelerating qPCR Set-Up with Automated Pipetting
INTEGRA BIOSCIENCE | Jul 23, 2021
How electronic pipettes and pipetting robots can streamline qPCR set-up for faster and more reproducible results
Biosurveillance for Viral Infections
The Scientist Creative Services Team and Tecan | Jun 8, 2021
Scientists use ELISAs to assess the immunity and etiology of immune responses to coronavirus during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Technique Talk: Troubleshooting Quantitative PCR (qPCR)
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jan 18, 2021
In this workshop, you will learn about the critical factors that ensure qPCR accuracy and success.
Modern Approaches to qPCR
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Nov 9, 2020
Download this ebook to learn how updated qPCR instruments provide optimal thermal performance and data connectivity!
COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, coronavirus, pandemic, antibodies, Iceland, qPCR, seroprevalence
COVID-19 Antibodies Last for at Least Four Months After Recovery
Amanda Heidt | Sep 2, 2020
The results from a study in Iceland can’t say if a recovered patient’s antibodies can protect them from subsequent reinfection.
COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, pandemic, coronavirus, saliva, testing, PCR, FDA, emergency use authorization
FDA Approves New Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test
Amanda Heidt | Aug 17, 2020
SalivaDirect, an open-source protocol, avoids many of the supply bottlenecks of other tools and could be offered for as little as $10 a test.
COVID-19, coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, pandemic, children, disease transmission, viral load, qPCR
Children Often Carry More Coronavirus than Adults Do: Study
Amanda Heidt | Jul 31, 2020
It’s not clear if their high viral load makes kids more likely to infect others.
COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, pandemic, coronavirus, diagnostics, saliva, LAMP, PCR, clinical research, testing
Saliva Tests: How They Work and What They Bring to COVID-19
Amanda Heidt | Jul 9, 2020
Universities and healthcare facilities are planning to use spit tests to conduct large-scale screening.
Valerie Arboleda Uses Big Data to Unravel the Biology of a Rare Disease
Shawna Williams | May 1, 2018
The UCLA geneticist examines how defects in a histone protein lead to symptoms throughout the body.