CEBIB Electrophoresis and Protein Chemistry Lab
On July 8, 2016, CEBIB staff and students were trained on how to operate a newly acquired Veriti Thermal Cycler (96 X 0.2ml block) at CEBIB Electrophoresis and Proteins Chemistry Lab. The training was facilitated by Ms. Esther Kiragu, Field Application Specialist from Africa Biosystem Limited.
Some of the distinct features of the PCR machine with a faster processor includes;
The standard PCR machine is set to support research work conducted by students and staff based at CEBIB Labs. PCR machines are used for amplification of DNA generate to generate millions more copies in a short time.
The equipment was received through the support of the collaborating partner, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust.