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Low-Fluorescence PVDF Transfer Membranes, 0.2 µm, 7 x 8.4 cm

Catalog number:  22860

 Related applications:

Protein Electrophoresis & Western Blotting

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Description

Pierce Low-Fluorescence PVDF Transfer Membranes are made of high-quality polyvinylidene difluoride and provide high binding capacity for proteins and nucleic acids for western, southern, and northern blotting methods. This low-fluorescence PVDF membrane has a 0.2-micron pore size and is ideal for use with fluorescent probes.

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Features of low-fluorescence PVDF membranes:
Membrane: polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF)
Re-probe characteristics: yes
Pre-activation: required with 100% alcohol (methanol, ethanol, or isopropanol)
Compatibility: compatible with commonly used transfer conditions and detection methods such as staining, immunodetection, chemiluminescence, fluorescence, and radiolabeling
Durability: compatible with most organic solvents, acids, and mild bases
Binding interactions: hydrophobic
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Dimensions: 8.4 cm x 7 cm
Gel Size: one mini gel per sheet
Membrane: PVDF Membrane
Pore Size: 0.2 micron
Product Size: 10 pre-cut membranes

Contents & storage

Store membranes flat at ambient temperature and away from chemical vapors. Some solvent vapors may partially dissolve the membranes, which will disrupt the pore structure.

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