Myths of IP - Invitrogen Dynabeads magnetic beads are expensiveVideo
Some people think that Dynabeads magnetic beads are expensive, while slurry is typically considered to be cheap. Watch the video to better understand how to calculate the actual cost of your immunoprecipitation experiments.
Myths about IP - Pre-clearing is necessary to get good resultsVideo
Is it really necessary to pre-clear your sample prior to immunoprecipitation? Watch the video and learn how you can avoid background without any pre-clearing.
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