Find out how the S3e™ Cell Sorter can help scientists discover new biomarkers that have the potential to become new therapies for cancer and other diseases.
Explore the most watched Bio-Rad videos in 2017. From understanding CRISPR gene editing to generating better qPCR data to selecting antibodies for fluorescent western blotting, these videos highlight how we continually strive to help our customers do better science.
Biomarker screening can sometimes be like working in a black box. While traditional research tools focus on one protein at a time, Bio-Rad’s new Bio-Plex Pro™ Mouse Chemokine Panel can simultaneously interrogate 33 chemokines and cytokines in a single well. See how you can get more answers with this panel.
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This short video demonstrates how you can access the unique benefits of Bio-Rad’s proprietary TGX Stain-Free Gel chemistry by hand casting your own TGX Stain-Free Gels in just a few quick and easy steps.
Introduce students (and teachers) to the concepts of photosynthesis and cellular respiration in the context of how these processes evolved and how they affect our daily lives.
PureBlu Hoechst 33342 Nuclear Staining Dye is the optimal choice for staining the nuclei of live cells for ultraviolet imaging. This short video goes through the steps involved in staining live cells with PureBlu Hoechst 33342 Nuclear Staining Dye.
One easy way to obtain a PrimePCR plate customized for your research is to modify one of Bio-Rad’s predesigned panels. This short video tutorial shows you how to use the online tools at Bio-Rad.com to edit a predesigned plate and create, then order your own customized 96- or 384-well PCR plate.
It’s fast and easy to build your own PrimePCR plate. This video walks you through using the Custom Plate Configurator at Bio-Rad.com to create your own 96- or 384-well PCR plate.
PureBlu DAPI Nuclear Staining Dye is the optimal choice for staining the nuclei of fixed cells for ultraviolet imaging. This short video goes through the steps involved in staining live cells with PureBlu DAPI Nuclear Staining Dye.
At SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, researchers Stacy Blain and Danielle Joseph are trying to find out how the Cancer Stem Cell model might apply to multiple myeloma. See how they use Bio-Rad’s S3 Cell Sorter to isolate a small population of cells that might play an important role in this disease.