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SKU AR0135-04
Pack size 20 sheets/Pack
Pore Size0.25 µm

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Product Name Nitrocellulose Membrane, 0.45 µm, 9 cm x 10cm
SKU/Catalog Number AR0135-04
Size 20 sheets/Pack
Pore Size 0.25 µm
Assays Per Pack 40 assays for a gel of 5cm×8.5cm
Storage Upon receipt store at room temperature.
It is stable at room temperature for one year.
Stability When stored as directed, product should be stable for one year.
Equivalent Bio-Rad (Product No. 1620115, 1620113, 1620145, 1620214, 1620215); Millipore Sigma (Product No. HATF00010)
Cite This Product Nitrocellulose Membrane, 0.45 µm, 9 cm x 10cm (Boster Biological Technology, Pleasanton CA, USA, Catalog # AR0135-04)

Notes

Type of Nitrocellulose MembraneCatalog Number
Nitrocellulose Membrane, 0.25 µm, 9 cm x 10cmAR0135-02
Nitrocellulose Membrane, 0.45 µm, 9 cm x 10cmAR0135-04

Introduction

Nitrocellulose membranes are a popular matrix used in protein blotting because of their high protein-binding affinity, compatibility with a variety of detection methods (chemiluminescence, chromogenic, and fluorescence), and the ability to immobilize proteins, glycoproteins, or nucleic acids. Boster’s Nitrocellulose Membrane, 0.25 µm, 9 cm x 10cm is used for low molecular–weight proteins and nucleic acids <500 bp.

Features

• High-quality—pure, 100% nitrocellulose membranes with high surface area and excellent uniformity

• Selection—available in 0.2 µm and 0.45 µm pore sizes, nitrocellulose varieties for peptide and protein applications, respectively

• High binding affinity—provides high affinity protein binding, blocks easily, and exhibits very low background in chemiluminescent western blotting

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