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mechtox60_2Interpreting Multiplexing Data and Cell Health

Learn from multimedia and interactive exercises how to interpret multiplexing data to distinguish between apoptosis, necrosis and nonproliferation.

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Offers classroom-based seminars and laboratory tutorials. Courses may also include instruction on operating sophisticated laboratory instruments. 

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With the free Promega Webinar Series, you can learn about basic concepts, tips and techniques to help your research or understand more about specific products. Interact with Promega Scientists directly during live events via chat.

buffersBuffers Laboratory

Math-intensive laboratory unit introducing basic concepts about buffers and salts important for the biology laboratory.

Resources for Educators

Here you will find lectures, labs and teaching guides on topics ranging from DNA purification to emerging infectious disease. Download lecture presentations, animations, and laboratory protocols for your classroom and teaching laboratory.

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Units flagged with the pencil symbol contain assignments appropriate for courses meeting writing-across-the-curriculum requirements. Such writing assignments usually will be presented as part of the instructor's guide.

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Units flagged with the calculator symbol are math-intensive. Generally the laboratory exercises contain protocols that require calculations ranging from simple arithmetic to algebra.

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Units flagged with the pencil and calculator are writing and math intensive.

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Unit 1: The Relationship between Genes and Proteins An introduction to the processes of transcription and translation.

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Unit 2 The Chemistry of Inheritance: DNA Structure and Replication An introduction to the basics of DNA structure, replication and the polymerase chain reaction.

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Unit 3: Detecting Microbial Contamination Lecture and lab introducing students to ATP- and culture-based techniques for detecting microbes.

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Unit 4: Genomic DNA Purification Introduction to the biochemistry of solution- and membrane-based gDNA purification.

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Unit 5: Solving a Crime Using DNA Analysis In this unit, students will explore basic concepts of genetic identity and forensic DNA analysis.

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Unit 6: Basics of Molecular Cloning (Blue/White Selection) This unit covers the basics of cloning and blue/white selection. Includes math-intensive lab.

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Unit 7: Introduction to the Cell Cycle A basic lecture introducing students to the cell cycle.

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Unit 8: Buffers for Biochemical Reactions A review of basic chemistry principles applying to buffers.

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