Microporous nylon 66 membrane on a polyester support, carrying positively charged (pH 3 - 10) quaternary ammonium groups.
Surface Properties: Pore size of 0.45μm
They were developed to give the strongest signals and lowest background in color or chemiluminescent detection of digoxigenin-labeled hybrids.
- 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
Features and Benefits
Microporous nylon 66 membrane on a polyester support, carrying positively charged quaternary ammonium groups.
Function tested for homogenous DNA detection in Southern blot procedures using the DIG System.
For life science research only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.