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IEVH08100 Millipore

Immobilon-E PVDF Membrane

10 sheets, 8 cm x 10 cm, The first PVDF transfer Membrane for western blotting that wets out in transfer buffer or water. For chemiluminescence or chromogenic detection.

  •  eCl@ss 32031602

  •  NACRES NB.23

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Related Categories Membranes & Blotting Paper, Millipore PVDF Membranes for Western Blotting, Molecular Biology, Protein Electrophoresis, Proteomics,
Quality Level   400
material   PVDF membrane
  plain filter
  white filter
feature   easily wetted with water
mfr. no.   Immobilon®
application(s)   western blot: suitable
filter L × W   8 cm × 10 cm
pore size   0.45 μm pore size
compatibility   for use with Amido black
  for use with Colloidal gold
  for use with Coomassie brilliant blue
  for use with India ink
  for use with Ponceau-S red
  for use with Sypro<TMSYMBOL></TMSYMBOL> ruby
  for use with Transillumination
detection method   chemiluminescent
  colorimetric
  radioactive
shipped in   ambient

Description

General description

Filter Code: IPVH

Primary Binding Mechanisms: Electrostatic, hydrophobic

Application

10 sheets, 8 cm x 10 cm, The first PVDF transfer Membrane for western blotting that wets out in transfer buffer or water. For chemiluminescence or chromogenic detection.

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Protocols & Articles

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Immobilon®-E PVDF membrane for Western blotting

Immobilon®-E provides the first PVDF blotting membrane that wets in transfer buffer or water. It removes the alcohol pre-wet step while maintaining the high performance associated with Immobilon® tra...
Keywords: Western blot

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