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Biodyne™ A Nylon Membrane, 0.45 μm, 8 cm x 12 cm

Catalog number: 77015
Thermo Scientific™

Biodyne™ A Nylon Membrane, 0.45 μm, 8 cm x 12 cm

Catalog number: 77015
Catalog Number
77015
Unit Size
25 sheets
Price (USD)
Price: 576.00
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Thermo Scientific Biodyne A Nylon Membranes are sheets of unmodified nylon that provide excellent binding characteristics for nucleic acid transfer, blotting and detection methods.

Features of Biodyne A Nylon Membranes:

Versatile and durable—achieve strong DNA binding by baking or UV-crosslinking without damaging the membrane
Easy to use—pre-cut 8 x 12 cm sheets are the ideal size for standard mini-gel transfers and microplate dot-blots
High signal-to-noise ratio—lower background than nitrocellulose and most other nylon transfer membranes

Biodyne A Nylon Membrane is manufactured with a matrix pore size of 0.4 micron, and is supplied in packages of 8 x 12 cm sheets. It contains both negatively and positively charged groups, enabling it to bind many kinds of macromolecules. The membrane is resistant to heat and solvents and will not shrink, crack or tear.

Properties of Biodyne A Nylon Membrane:
• Composition: unmodified Nylon 66
• Surface: 50% amine and 50% carboxyl groups, pI 6.5
• Properties: provides excellent resolution, high sensitivity and extremely low background

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Transfer EMSA gels using the Pierce G2 Fast Blotter

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Specifications

Length (Metric)
12 cm
Width (Metric)
8 cm
Format
Sheet
Material
Nylon Membrane
Pore Size
0.45 μm
Dimensions (LxW)
12 cm x 8 cm
Product Line
Biodyne

Contents & Storage

Note: Always wear gloves when handling membranes because oils from fingers may prevent proper wetting. Also, proteins and other contaminants from hands may bind to the membranes and cause background.

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