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  • Dissecting Pans, Aluminum

    United Scientific Supplies

    Dissecting Pan, Aluminum Dissecting pans are stackable and made of durable aluminum (wax not included). Available in two sizes. Dissecting Pan, Aluminum, with Black Wax Dissecting pans are made of durable aluminum and include a layer of black wax. Available in two sizes.  

  • Proteins are the building blocks of life and there are estimated to be almost 1 million different proteins in a normal animal cell.  Each protein has very different and unique physical properties. The Physical Properties of Proteins kit is a lab activity that enables students to investigate…

  • Protein Labeling Kit

    G-Biosciences

    Protein labeling is an important technique that allows researchers to study a protein’s location, movement and interactions within a living cell.  The most common labels used are fluorescent labels that allow researchers to study proteins with fluorescent microscopy…

  • Excellent example of a typical flower can be used for detailed study of structure and function of parts of a flower. All parts are removable for better viewing, and the ovary is bisected for view of internal structures. Mounted on a base, size is approximately 17" x 8" x 13",…

  • The key biotechnology molecule that has probably had the most media coverage is DNA (also referred to as genes and genomes) that supplies the blueprint for each individual.  To grip your students imagination and introduce them to DNA have them see their very own genome.  This exercise…

  • Tectonics Model

    United Scientific Supplies

    Demonstrate plate tectonic principles, plate boundary interactions and the geometry and relative motions of faulting of geologic layers using 3-D manipulative models. Versatile kit contains a Fault Model Set of 5 manipulatives and a Tectonics Sand Layer Model. Use the Fault Model Set to demonstrate…

  • This kit is designed to teach 8 groups of four students the principles of plasmid DNA purification by minipreps. The kit contains the reagents to allow students to: Collect p-Amylase-transformed bacteria from an overnight culture Resuspend bacteria, lyse and isolate the p-Amylase…

  • Molecular cloning is a commonly used technique for the generation of recombinant proteins.  The gene for a protein of interest is cloned into a vector, or plasmid, in frame with the gene for a protein tag.  These tags are used to purify expressed protein by established…

  • Proteins within a cell are often localized to specific cellular compartments, such as the nucleus, mitochondria, plasma membrane, or vesicles and their specific localization can provide crucial information about the function of the protein.  An important technique in identifying novel proteins…

  • Water pollution is a major problem throughout the world, raising severe concerns about health and sanitization issues.  A common problem in polluted water is the presence of bacteria, particularly coliform bacteria from fecal matter, which can directly result in disease, as well as act as a…

  • The detailed 3D rendering of a greatly magnified plant cell, with its vibrantly colored cell structures and organelles, is ideal for studying the structure and function of these various features of a plant cell (peroxisome, Golgi apparatus, nucleus, nucleolus, nuclear envelope, endoplasmic…

  • Stainless steel, consisting of 20 instruments for accurate dissection. Supplied in zipper leather case. Kit consists of: Scissors - 2 pcs. Forceps - 2 pcs. Needles - 4 pcs. Scalpel - 1 pc. B.P. Handle w/ Blade - 1 pc. Razor - 1 pc. Ruler 6" - 1 pc. …

  • Stainless steel, consisting of 7 instruments for accurate dissection. Complete in zipper leather case. Kit consists of: Scissors - 2 pcs. Forceps - 2 pcs. Seeker - 1 pc. B.P. Handle w/ Blade - 1 pc. Needle Wooden Handle - 1pc

  • A PCR Based Laboratory Research Experiment.  A major challenge for molecular biologists and genetic engineers is to easily detect and analyze genetic mutations that occur naturally, causing diseases, or during genetic engineering or cloning, whether deliberate or accidental.   …

  • This kit is designed to teach 8 groups of four students the principles of Protein Electrophoresis. The kit contains the reagents to allow students to: Conduct a serial dilution of a stock amylase solution Prepare samples for PAGE electrophoresis Separate and distinguish proteins by…

  • The objective of this experiment is to identify the presence of the single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in an amplified segment of the PTC gene that links detection of the characteristic taste of PTC paper. This is a set of five modules that starts with (I) extraction of DNA from buccal cells (II)…

  • Restriction enzymes are DNA-cutting enzymes found in bacteria and as they cut within the molecule, are often called restriction endonucleases. A restriction enzyme recognizes and cuts DNA only at a particular unique sequence of nucleotides, allowing for restriction sites to be mapped.   …

  • Stainless steel, consisting of 7 instruments for accurate dissection. Supplied in leather storage case. Kit consists of: Scissors - 1 pc. Forceps - 1 pc. Needles - 2 pcs. B.P. Handle w/ Blade - 1 pc. Dropper Glass - 1pc. Ruler 6" - 1 pc.

  • This kit is designed to teach 8 groups of four students the principles of ELISA (Enzyme Linked ImmunoSorbent Assays).   The kit contains the reagents to allow students to: Conduct a serial dilution of a stock amylase solution to create standards of known concentration Bind known…

  • DNA Strands Revealed Kit

    G-Biosciences

    One of the most important molecules in an organism is its genomic DNA.  Genomic DNA is found in every cell of an organism and carries all the necessary information required to make that organism.   This kit provides all the reagents required to visualize genomic DNA strands by a…

  • A major goal of genetic engineering is to have the ability to correct genetic defects to treat genetic diseases, such as cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia and Huntington’s disease.    One technique to correct genetic defects in bacteria is to introduce the corrected gene…

  • Bacterial conjugation is a naturally occurring process that allows the transfer of DNA from one bacterium to another, which allows the transfer of genetic traits, particularly drug resistance.     The Bacterial Conjugation kit contains two bacteria with different drug resistance…

  • Southern blot analysis, named after its inventor Edwin M. Southern, is a common research technique for enhancing the results of agarose electrophoresis. DNA is resolved on an agarose gel and is subsequently transferred to a nylon membrane.    The resulting membrane can be probed for…

  • Size exclusion chromatography (SEC), also called gel filtration chromatography or gel-permeation chromatography (GPC), uses porous particles to separate molecules of different sizes.  It is generally used to separate biological molecules and to determine molecular weights and molecular weight…

  • Membranes play a crucial role in cells by enclosing specific compartments and regulating the entry and exit of metabolites and other crucial components in and out of a cell.  They also play a key role in signaling from plasma membrane receptors to the cell nucleus.     The…

  • Agarose gel electrophoresis is a routinely used tool for separating nucleic acids.    Nucleic acids are negatively charged molecules, which when loaded onto the solid agarose matrix, migrate in the presence of an electric field, separating the nucleic acids by size.   …

  • Each tissue of an organism performs a specific function, for example, the heart has a completely different role than that of the brain.  The diverse functions of an organism’s tissues is due to the protein make-up, or fingerprint, of the tissue.  Each organ contains specialized…

  • Determination of protein concentration is an essential technique in all aspects of protein studies and proteomics.    The Assays for Protein Quantification kit includes three of the most widely used protein assays and allows for a direct comparison of the three assays that teaches…

  • DNA Fingerprinting Kit

    G-Biosciences

    Today’s media routinely covers forensic stories of criminals captured and innocents released using the powerful DNA fingerprinting technique. This kit allows students to carry out their own criminal investigation by comparing DNA samples collected from suspects to DNA collected at a…

  • The subjects of life sciences and biotechnology allow students to learn about the fundamental building blocks of life, including their proteins. In addition, biotechnology teaches us how scientists manipulate proteins in industrial applications.   This kit allows students to study their…

  • An interesting hands-on lab activity that teaches students the skills required for the isolation of bacteria from test samples. This kit teaches aseptic handling techniques and cultivation of bacteria.   Using bacterial culture techniques, students discover and isolate the bacteria…

  • Recent proteomic studies have led scientists to estimate that there are almost a million different proteins in a single human cell.  The function and properties of these proteins are highly distinct ranging from structural proteins involved in cell integrity, including hydrophobic cell…

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