Flawed Sample Prep = Flawed Results. What goes into your analysis impacts what comes out. Subpar sample preparation can derail experiments through contamination, poor homogeneity, or inadequate extraction. Don't let hasty prep bottleneck your lab.
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• Tissue disruption for protein and nucleic acid extraction
• Pulverization for improved digestion and dissolution
• Blending for homogenous subsampling
• Processing for representative analytical portions
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Make sure your molecule of interest is released and evenly mixed. This is the process of breaking down your sample to create a uniform mixture and helps reduce sample heterogeneity, ensuring you get consistent results from your analysis.
These techniques reduce the particle size of your sample. This makes it easier to analyze and can improve the accuracy of your results. By breaking down larger particles into smaller ones, milling and grinding helps you get a more uniform sample for analysis.
Principles of Sample Preparation by Grinding or Comminution.