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IPFL20200

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Immobilon®-FL PVDF Membrane

10 sheets, 20 cm x 20 cm, 0.45 µm pore size, Hydrophobic PVDF Transfer Membrane with low background fluorescence for Western blotting. Compatible with visible and infrared fluorescent probes.

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Synonym(s):
Western blotting membrane, blotting membrane, transfer membrane
eCl@ss:
32031602
NACRES:
NB.22

material

PVDF membrane
plain filter
white filter

Quality Level

feature

hydrophobic

manufacturer/tradename

Immobilon®

technique(s)

western blot: suitable

filter L × W

20 cm × 20 cm

pore size

0.45 μm pore size

capacity

155 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (insulin)
205 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (BSA)
300 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (goat IgG)

compatibility

for use with Amido black
for use with CPTS
for use with Coomassie brilliant blue
for use with Ponceau-S red

detection method

chemiluminescent
colorimetric
fluorometric

shipped in

ambient

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feature

hydrophobic

feature

hydrophobic

feature

hydrophobic

feature

easily wetted with water

manufacturer/tradename

Immobilon®

manufacturer/tradename

Immobilon®

manufacturer/tradename

Immobilon®

manufacturer/tradename

Immobilon®

technique(s)

western blot: suitable

technique(s)

western blot: suitable

technique(s)

dot blot: suitable, western blot: suitable

technique(s)

western blot: suitable

pore size

0.45 μm pore size

pore size

0.45 μm pore size

pore size

0.45 μm pore size

pore size

0.45 μm pore size

capacity

155 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (insulin), 205 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (BSA), 300 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (goat IgG)

capacity

155 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (insulin), 205 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (BSA), 300 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (goat IgG)

capacity

155 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (insulin), 205 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (BSA), 300 μg/cm2 adsorption capacity (goat IgG)

capacity

-

General description

The Immobilon®-FL transfer membrane has a nominal pore size of 0.45 μm and is made up of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) microporous membrane for binding proteins transferred from a variety of gel matrices. This membrane is hydrophobic and offers a uniformly controlled pore structure with a high binding capacity for biiomolecules. The membrane exhibits very low autofluorescence across a wide range of excitation/emission wavelengths. This property makes it ideal for blotting applications involving fluorescence-based immunodetection. In addition, the Immobilon®-FL membrane can be used for standard chemiluminescent or chromogenic detection. The Immobilon®-FL is recommended for optimal blotting of proteins with molecular weights greater than 20,000.

Application

Immobilon®-FL PVDF Membrane has been used in western blotting.

Features and Benefits

Immobilon®-FL Membrane:
  • Designed for optimal fluorescent immunodetection
  • Extremely low background improves the sensitivity of all fluorescence detection protocols
  • suitable for all commonly used fluorescent probes at all excitation and emission wavelengths
  • compatible with standard blocking agents and buffers
  • Ideal for multiplexing and chemifluorescence detection

Legal Information

Immobilon is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

Storage Class Code

11 - Combustible Solids

WGK

WGK 3

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable


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