Western Blot and Nucleic Acid Membranes and Filter Paper

Western blot and nucleic acid membranes and filter paper are suitable for fluorescent, colorimetric, radioactive, and chemiluminescent detection of nucleic acids and proteins via dot and western blots, or other methods.
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iBlot 2 Transfer Stacks are used to transfer proteins using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device. They are consumable stacks with an integrated pre-activated PVDF transfer membrane for dry blotting of proteins.
iBlot 2 Transfer Stacks are used to transfer proteins using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device. They are consumable stacks with an integrated nitrocellulose transfer membrane for dry blotting of proteins.
Invitrolon PVDF/Filter Paper Sandwiches, 0.45 μm, have excellent binding properties for western blotting, dot-blot assays, and protein sequencing. The 0.45-μm pore size makes these membranes ideal for protein transfer for proteins >10kDa.
Nitrocellulose is a popular binding matrix for western blotting because of its high affinity for proteins and compatibility with a variety of detection methods (western blotting, dot-blot assays, and other protein or nucleic acid methods). The 0.
Pierce 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. The 0.
The iBlot™ Transfer Stacks are used to transfer proteins using the iBlot™ Gel Transfer Device. The iBlot™ Transfer Stacks are disposable stacks that come in three varieties for different applications: iBlot™ Gel Transfer Stacks have integrated PVDF or nitrocellulose transfer membranes to perform dry...
Thermo Scientific™ Biodyne A and Biodyne B Nylon Membranes are sheets of unmodified or positively charged Nylon that provide excellent binding characteristics for nucleic acid transfer, blotting and detection methods.
Invitrogen makes blotting easier by providing a variety of pre-cut, pre-assembled membrane/filter-paper sandwiches. A protein's properties (i.e., charge, hydrophobicity, etc.) affect its ability to bind to membrane surfaces.
The Invitrogen Power Blotter Select Transfer Stacks are used to transfer proteins using the Power Blotter System. They are disposable, pre-assembled stacks that come with an integrated nitrocellulose transfer membrane for the dry blotting of proteins from polyacrylamide gels.
The Invitrogen SureLock Tandem Midi Welcome Pack, nitrocellulose, is designed specifically for electrophoresis and wet transfer of Invitrogen pre-cast midi gels using nitrocellulose transfer membranes.
iBlot™ Transfer Stacks are used to transfer proteins using the iBlot™ Gel Transfer Device. The iBlot™ Transfer Stacks are disposable stacks that come in three varieties for different applications. iBlot™ Gel Transfer Stacks have integrated PVDF or nitrocellulose transfer membranes to perform dry...
These Invitrogen Power Blotter Pre-cut Membranes and Filters are designed for transfer of proteins from mini-size gels using the Power Blotter System. The pre-cut membranes and filters include 20 sheets of polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) and 80 sheets of absorbent blotting paper (0.
Invitrogen SureLock Tandem Midi Pre-cut Membranes and Filters, 0.45 μm, nitrocellulose, are high-quality membranes ideal for blotting proteins and nucleic acids. The 0.45-μm pore size is ideal for the transfer of most proteins (>20 kDa) and nucleic acids (>300 bp). The dimensions (8.
Thermo Scientific™ Biodyne A and Biodyne B Nylon Membranes are sheets of unmodified or positively charged Nylon that provide excellent binding characteristics for nucleic acid transfer, blotting and detection methods.
The Power Blotter Welcome Pack includes: Power Blotter Station Power Blotter Cassette Power Blotter Select Transfer Stacks, nitrocellulose, regular size Power Blotter Pre-cut Membranes and Filters, nitrocellulose, regular size Power Blotter 1-Step Transfer Buffer The Invitrogen Power Blotter System...
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PVDF (polyvinylidene difluoride) and nitrocellulose membranes are available in different pore sizes and dimensions for different application needs. A protein's properties (i.e., charge, hydrophobicity, etc.
Western blotting is a multi-step process that can take hours or one to two days to complete, depending on the methods used. Below are videos that detail the common steps used to perform a western blot, from separating proteins in protein gel electrophoresis to developing the blot.