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FB1806 - $81.50
Students will be amazed as they extract and isolate DNA from fruit! The “spooled” DNA obtained in this manner is identified using electrophoresis, the most common technique in biotechnology. Visible bands appear as the DNA fragments run through the...
FB1873 - $41.95
A single cell may contain more than 3000 different proteins! How do biologists study proteins? In this lab, students use classic biochemical techniques to isolate the protein sucrase from yeast cells. The identity of the isolated protein, an enzyme,...
FB0830 - $45.75
Budget tight? This low-cost do-it-yourself kit allows you to quickly assemble your own gel electrophoresis apparatus that is guaranteed to perform like the more expensive units. Its easy-to-use design is perfect for the first-time electrophoresis user....
FB1731 - $607.75
Save money! Economically outfit your classroom with the latest in electrophoresis technology. All the basic equipment you need to run your first experiment is included in this carefully designed package. The electrophoresis chamber included is a double-gel...
FB1732 - $1,633.65
A low-cost way to build your own biotechnology laboratory. Our biotechnology lab system promises to take your electrophoresis studies to another level. The electrophoresis chambers are double-gel units and feature state-of-the-art design and safety...
FB1892 - $173.20
PCR-polymerase chain reaction- is an amazing technique used to “amplify” a mere trace of DNA into enough material to fully analyze. In this kit, students actually get to use this amazing modern technique! PCR amplification of simulated crime scene...
FB1649 - $33.75
Students often have a very difficult time loading samples into agarose gel wells. Improperly loading will adversely affect the experiment. It is strongly recommended that students practice pipetting techniques before experimenting with real, very expensive...
FB1581 - $25.30
Dramatically demonstrate the chemical activity at the anode and cathode of your electrophoresis apparatus. The color changes at the two ends of the electrophoresis tank will be very striking when no buffer is used. When you add buffer solution during...
FB0307 - $98.85
DNA fingerprinting has received a lot of attention as a forensic investigative tool. Already a deciding factor in numerous criminal cases, this technique can be effectively demonstrated in the classroom. This laboratory will illustrate the basic principles...
FB1736 - $54.20
Introduce your students to the basic principles and operation of gel electrophoresis with this quick and easy experiment using colorful dyes. Students learn how biological molecules are separated during electrophoresis by comparing the charge, size...
FB1798 - $96.30
Students become forensic scientists and use biotechnology to solve a crime by analyzing DNA samples collected at the "crime scene." The DNA samples are run using a gel electrophoresis and distinct bands separate, clearly leading to the guilty...
FB1799 - $96.55
Paternity testing—real "buzz" words in the world today. Now students will perform a paternity test using enzyme-restricted DNA to determine the descendent of one of the greatest thinkers of the Renaissance. The DNA is ready to load into student-prepared...
FB1434 - $43.25
This pop bead simulation will help students visualize how the separation of molecular fragments occurs during gel electrophoresis. This involving set of materials is a great precursor to actual electrophoresis work. Students build models of DNA fragments...
FB1720 - $91.45
Coronary heart disease and stroke are the first and third leading causes of death in the U.S. Elevated blood cholesterol has been established as a serious risk factor for both of these conditions. A disease known as familial hypercholesterolemia (FH)...
FB1817 - $46.55
Simultaneously teach the exciting topics of electrophoresis and DNA fingerprinting. Students determine what members of a family-a father, mother, and three children-look like by running simulated DNA samples in agarose gel. Traits investigated include...
FB0309 - $113.40
The Lambda DNA used in this experiment is isolated as a linear molecule from the E. coli bacteriophage lambda. It comprises approximately 49,000 base pairs and has five recognition sites for Eco RI. Students will run a comparison-based electrophoresis...
FB0313 - $130.40
Transformation involves the uptake of extra-cellular DNA by another cell, resulting in a newly acquired genetic trait. In this experiment, the bacterial “transformants” acquire antibiotic resistance and a blue color, following uptake of plasmid carried...
FB1800 - $93.20
"You have cancer" has been the most feared phrases for 40 years. "You carry the gene for cancer" has become a very real fear for the last 20 years. In this laboratory kit students use biotechnology to determine who carries the BRCA-1...
AB1370 - $51.45
An introductory activity for students about to begin the study of biotechnology and electrophoresis. Students become medical forensic investigators as they read a case in which a woman has been attacked or a case where an elderly man has been murdered....
FB1758 - $19.30
Discover the power of DNA profiling (fingerprinting) using this creative simulation. No expensive equipment or chemicals needed! This activity only requires paper and scissors. Students solve a paternity case as they re-create each step of the DNA...
FB0506 - $37.35
A reality-based exploration into identity testing using mitochondrial DNA analysis. Your students play the role of investigators in an abduction case. The fascinating and highly educational simulation combines elements of history, human rights, family...
FB1566 - $112.20
A murder has occurred and DNA samples from various suspects have been collected. Challenge your class to solve the mystery using simulated DNA fingerprinting techniques.With this completely reusable kit, students match “pop bead” DNA fingerprints of...
FB1749 - $25.90
What is PCR? What is its purpose? With this great introductory activity, students will gain an in-depth understanding of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) by performing this exciting hands-on activity. A simulated DNA molecule will be physically...
FB1927 - $64.15
Take agarose electrophoresis to the next level by separating and analyzing proteins. This advanced biotechnology kit provides stepwise instructions for extracting proteins from plant or animal tissues and visualizing them using electrophoresis. Kit...
FB1948 - $183.45
Advanced DNA analysis techniques in an easy-to-use kit! Polymorphic DNA are chromosomal regions of DNA that vary widely between individuals. So-called Variable Number of Tandem Repeats (VNTR) regions vary in length from 15–70 base pairs and may be...
FB1960 - $49.35
Get a peek at restriction enzymes in action! Restriction enzymes recognize and cut DNA at specific sequences. First, students simultaneously run two identical DNA samples, one cut with EcoRI and the other cut with HindIII, using gel electrophoresis....
FB2023 - $64.75
Hidden treasure is found in an old mansion and students are challenged to find the rightful owner. Along with the treasure are some personal mementos that will help solve the mystery. Six simulated DNA samples are analyzed using gel electrophoresis...
FB2042 - $106.75
Big Idea 3, Investigation 8, Science Practices 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 Biotechnology raises a lot of questions about the ethics of modifying genes. One of the most powerful tools biotechnologists have is the ability to transfer DNA from one organism to another...
FB2043 - $99.20
Big Idea 3, Investigation 9, Science Practices 3, 6  In this experiment, restriction enzymes are introduced as a tool to digest DNA at specific nucleotide sequences. Bacteriophage lambda DNA has a linear structure and multiple recognition sites....
FB2053 - $160.15
Students will be amazed as they extract and isolate DNA from fruit! The “spooled” DNA obtained in this manner is identified using electrophoresis, the most common technique in biotechnology. Visible bands appear as the DNA fragments run through the...
FB2054 - $240.35
Students become forensic scientists and use biotechnology to solve a crime by analyzing DNA samples collected at the "crime scene." The DNA samples are run using a gel electrophoresis and distinct bands separate, clearly leading to the guilty person....
FB2062 - $117.80
Introduce your students to the basic principles and operation of gel electrophoresis with this quick and easy experiment using colorful dyes. Students learn how biological molecules are separated during electrophoresis by comparing the charge, size...
FB2056 - $107.45
Simultaneously teach the exciting topics of electrophoresis and DNA fingerprinting. Students determine what members of a family-a father, mother, and three children-look like by running simulated DNA samples in agarose gel. Traits investigated include...
FB2070 - $179.35
Blue/white screening is one of the ways scientists determine if cloning has been successful. In this kit, students complete a ligation, a transformation, and an assay, which is based upon the blue/white colony screening protocol. If the gene that expresses...
FB2071 - $101.45
In as little as two weeks your students can become working scientists using the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans. Because this small nematode—1-mm long as an adult—responds like a higher order animal, it is used in many industries and research...
FB2026 - $93.90
Your students become pathologists when they fix, stain, and mount specimens of both cancer cells and normal cells. Cancer cells show many unique features when compared to normal cells. Some of these differences are readily visible under a light microscope...
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