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The DIG System Highly Sensitive. Short Exposure Times. Safe Handling.

Need help applying DIG products to your research efforts? We’ve got the information you need to get the job done right. See below for complete instructions, including application manuals, notes, and more!

Advantages of the DIG System

  • High sensitivity - more sensitive than radioactivity
  • Short exposure times (minutes rather than hours/days)
  • Safety: no contact with hazardous materials
  • Reusable and stable probes
  • Easy stripping and reprobing of blots
  • Wellestablished protocols (many years of experience)

Applications

DIG labeled-probes can be used for all hybridization reactions, in particular Southern-, Dot-, or Northern Blotting, Colony Hybridization, Arrays, In Situ Hybridization, ELISA, RNAse Protection, Gelshifts.

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