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Nylon Membranes, positively charged

roll W × L 0.3 m × 3 m, sheet W × L 10 cm × 15 cm, sheet W × L 20 cm × 30 cm

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pkg of 10 sheets (11209272001[20 x 30 cm])
pkg of 20 sheets (11209299001[10 x 15 cm])

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manufacturer/tradename

Roche

roll W × L

0.3 m × 3 m

sheet W × L

10 cm × 15 cm
20 cm × 30 cm

storage temp.

20-25°C

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pkg of 10 sheets (11209272001[20 x 30 cm]), pkg of 20 sheets (11209299001[10 x 15 cm])

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pkg of 50 discs (82 mm diameter)

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manufacturer/tradename

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Roche

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sheet W × L

10 cm × 15 cm

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storage temp.

20-25°C

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room temp

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20-25°C

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General description

Microporous nylon 66 membrane on a polyester support, carrying positively charged (pH 3 - 10)  quaternary ammonium groups.
Surface Properties: Pore size of  0.45μm

Application

  • The physical and chemical properties of the nylon membranes make them specifically useful as a matrix for hybridization with nonradioactively (e.g., digoxigenin or biotin) and radioactively (e.g., [32P], [35S], an [3H])-labeled DNA, RNA, or oligonucleotide probes: Southern blots
  • Northern blots
  • Dot blots
They were developed to give the strongest signals and lowest background in color or chemiluminescent detection of digoxigenin-labeled hybrids.

Features and Benefits

Microporous nylon 66 membrane on a polyester support, carrying positively charged quaternary ammonium groups.

Contents: Membranes

Quality

Function tested for homogenous DNA detection in Southern blot procedures using the DIG System.

Other Notes

For life science research only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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