Good’s buffers are twelve buffering agents selected and described by Norman Good and colleagues in 1966. Good selected the buffers based on a number of criteria which make them candidates for use in biochemistry and biological research. Many remain staples in modern biology laboratories. Selection criteria Good sought to identify buffering compounds which met several Full Article…
Here’s an inexpensive semi-permanent mounting media for immunofluorescence.
Lysogeny broth (LB), a nutritionally rich medium, is primarily used for the growth of bacteria. It is more commonly known as Luria broth or Luria-Bertani broth.
Put down that bleach! There’s a better way to eliminate toxic DAB.
Luria broth (LB) agar plates, a nutritionally rich medium, are widely used in the cultivation of Escherichia coli for molecular biology.
Read about the preparation of phosphate buffered saline, a solution that is commonly used in biological research.