Monthly Archives: April 2009

28 Apr

Density gradient centrifugation is a method which scientists use to separate intact organelles from a cell. Each type of organelles in a cell has an specific density and based on that density you can separate a certain type of organelle … Continue reading

27 Apr

There are three different types of Centrifugal Seperation.The first being Differential centrifugation, which is a common procedure in microbiology and cytology used to separate certain organelles from whole cells for further analysis of specific parts of cells. In the process, … Continue reading

24 Apr

From determing the degree to which a person is allergic to a given allergen to solving murder cases, antibodies have a wide range of applications in the laboratory. Due to their high degree of specificity, antibodies are used in some … Continue reading

20 Apr

Confused about all the options for pipettors? Let’s start with a definition of the micropipette. Micropipettes are used for accurately delivering volumes between 1ul and 1000ul. These pipettors are used largely in biochemistry and microbiology where sample volumes can be … Continue reading

16 Apr

Is there a better way to demonstrate structure vs. function than looking at prepared slides? Konus offers prepared microscope slides for a wide range of organisms including insects, amphibians, human parasites as well as tissue from the human body. Biology … Continue reading

13 Apr

“You’re traveling through another dimension, Centrifugiation, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of Scientific imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead — your next stop, the … Continue reading

02 Apr

Another way to get you to buy stuff you don’t need. Perpetrators of Live Blood Analysis (LBA) claim they can tell by looking at a slide of your blood just what ails you. Then they proceed to sell you supplements … Continue reading