High-fidelity DNA Polymerases & When to use them
High-fidelity DNA Polymerases & When to use them

Taq polymerase is the tried and true standard when it comes to PCR, but that doesn’t mean it’s the most accurate polymerase for high-sensitivity applications. Instead, alternative enzymes, known as high-fidelity polymerases, offer higher accuracies in the amplicons resulting from PCR thanks to a combination of more stringent base reading and proofreading activities. While you

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Everyone’s Talking About CRISPR
Everyone’s Talking About CRISPR

At least a lot of people are. Including us. With the recent attention grabbing headlines about the incredible biotechnology innovation and what this will mean for life science industries now and in the future, these last few weeks have been pretty exciting. CRISPR (enzymes which bacteria use to destroy viruses) essentially make it far, far

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Collaborative Science- A Brighter Future
Collaborative Science- A Brighter Future

Some of the most well-known and arguably most important scientific research in our recent past has been born from a long and ongoing swell in international collaboration. As 25th April is also international “DNA Day”, the day on which, over 60 years ago, the structure of the DNA double helix was identified and published by

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A Brief Homage to PCR
A Brief Homage to PCR

We’re no strangers to PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) here at Clent Life Science and if you’re reading this, chances are you aren’t either. The enzymatic assay is used to create multiple copies of a specific segment of DNA from a complex combination of DNA molecules. It’s still celebrated as one of the most important developments

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