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Video protocol: Wetting the membrane

Below is a video protocol for wetting a sepcon device. There is no audio but amounts are detailed.

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Procedure for Fabrication of Fluorescent BSA

The following procedure is a first draft of the procedure used by Jim and I in an attempt to label BSA with TRITC. This is likely to be updated with photos of the procedure in the future. Prepare reaction buffer

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SEPCON assembly – written description

Following is a written protocol for SEPCON assembly.  (Here is a link to a video demonstration) Materials required: wafer tweezers, small sample tweezers (preferably plastic), soft foam board from craft store, wafer of sepcon chips, razor blade, plastic enclosure to

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Video detailing SEPCON assembly

SEPCON assembly

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Protocols of cell culture and seeding cells on CytoVu

I got some experiences in dealing with cells. This is for your reference.  Aseptic Technique and Good Cell Culture Practice  Sanitize the cabinet using 70% ethanol before commencing work.  Sanitize gloves by washing them in 70% ethanol  Put all materials

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Ag/AgCl Electrodes

I’ve been working over the holiday on trying to make Ag/AgCl electrodes.  Here’s the method I’ve come up with so far: 1. 99.99% silver wire is used as the anode (+) and platinum as the cathod (-). 2. Silver wire

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