1. Cibacron Blue Applications

    Cibacron Blue Applications
    Cibacron Blue 3GA is a textile dye or ligand frequently used as a medium for affinity chromatography experiments, specifically for the purification of enzymes. The ligand appears as a blue powder under room temperature settings. Scientists and researchers commonly choose the compound for its affordability, ease of immobilization, high resistance against biological and chemical degradation, and high protein-binding capacity of...
  2. Avoiding Cross-Contamination in Antibiotic Manufacturing

    Avoiding Cross-Contamination in Antibiotic Manufacturing
    There are two major categories of antibiotics: penicillin beta-lactam and non-penicillin beta-lactam products. Research authorities have identified five primary groups under the beta-lactam category of antibiotics, including penicillins, cephalosporins, penems, carbacephems, and monobactams. Avoiding cross-contamination between penicillin and non-penicillin products remains a top concern for drug manufacturers despite the modern day success of antibiotics. Penicillin is an umbrella term for...
  3. In Vitro Mutagenesis for Genetic Research

    In Vitro Mutagenesis for Genetic Research
    Scientists and researchers turn to cloned DNA for various breakthrough studies as they provide multiple genetic copies and DNA segments suitable for wide-scale tests. In vitro mutagenesis is one useful application of cloned DNA, where researchers create a mutation in one segment of the target DNA. The cloned DNA is then transferred into a cell or organism and studied, which provides...

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