Sonication – 7 Tips for Mastering the art

05:00 EDT 22 Sep 2016 | Bitesize Bio

Sonication is mostly used during preparation of protein extracts to help break apart the cell. Although most lysis buffers have buckets of detergent that lyse cell membranes, sonication just gives an extra hand in breaking everything apart. Sonication also breaks up, or shears, DNA in a sample—preventing if from interfering with further sample preparation. Have […]

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